New Fujitsu LifeBook B Series notebook

The latest generation features the Ultra Low Voltage Intel® Pentium® M Processor operating at 1.0 GHz and can be equipped with high-speed 802.11a+b/g wireless LAN and aspacious 60 GB hard drive¹.

Since its introduction, the LifeBook B Series notebook has become extremely popular with healthcare professionals and other highly mobile workers. The notebook is easy to carry, and with a few tapson the screen with their fingertip or a stylus, users can intuitively navigate and enter information in practically any work environment. Back at the office, the notebook is powerful enough to beused as one’s primary computing solution.

“Fujitsu is continuing to penetrate healthcare and the field force markets with differentiated products that can contribute to an organization’s bottom line,” said Dennis Mull, senior vice presidentof sales and marketing for Fujitsu Computer Systems. “The speed at which these mobile professionals work demands a highly versatile, lightweight and powerful computing solution. The LifeBook B Seriesnotebook fits the bill in every respect.”

LifeBook B Series Notebook
Processor: Ultra Low Voltage Intel® Pentium® M Processor operating at 1.0 GHz
Display: 10.4″ XGA TFT with touch screen
Memory: 256 MB, 512 MB or 1 GB SDRAM
Hard Drive: Choice of 60 GB or 40 GB hard drive¹
Optical Drive: Optional external USB CD-ROM or DVD/CD-RW
Floppy Disk Drive: Optional external USB
Communications: Ethernet, modem and optional wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11a+b/g)
PC Card Slots: One Type I/II
Media Slot: One Type II Compact Flash slot
Ports: Two USB 2.0, external monitor, modem (RJ-11), Ethernet (RJ-45), headphone, microphone and docking ports
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Home, Windows XP Professional or Windows 2000 Professional
Dimensions: 10.5″ (w) x 8.86″ (d) x .94-1.52″ (h)
Weight: Approximately 3.3 lbs. with 6-cell battery

For added security in the field and back at the office, the LifeBook B Series notebook features a built-in Smart Card Reader² and a pre-boot data Security Panel. The pre-boot data Security Paneloffers more than 800,000 possible passwords to help ensure the proper user’s data will be safe and secure. The built-in Smart Card Reader² can be used to make secure online transactions and verifyidentification.

To address a variety of computing environments, Fujitsu outfitted the LifeBook B Series notebook with a built-in modem, Ethernet and optional 802.11a+b/g wireless LAN. The wireless model comesequipped with a dual diversity antenna mounted on the display panel to achieve the highest transfer rates and connection reliability.

Fujitsu also offers a variety of accessories for the LifeBook B Series notebook. For example, the external CD-ROM and lightweight, one-click port replicator are among the most popular accessories andcan transform the ultraportable into a viable desktop replacement. The port replicator not only allows for convenient attachment to all desktop peripherals and LAN connection, but also saves preciousdesktop real estate.

The LifeBook B Series notebook comes pre-installed with Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional or Windows 2000 Professional. The notebook is currently shipping with severalrecommended configurations available and can also be customized through the Fujitsu Configure To Order (CTO) program. All Fujitsu LifeBook notebooks are sold through the company’s retail and resellerchannels³ as well as at us.fujitsu.com/computers or 1-877-372-3473. The LifeBook B Series (B3010) notebook starts at $1,5994.

Service and Support
The LifeBook B Series notebook is backed by a three-year or one-year International Limited Warranty for U.S. and Canadian customers. The International Limited Warranty includes technical support, 24hours a day, seven days a week5. In addition, users can add Fujitsu Premium Care Service Plans, which include an on-site service or a screen protection plan.

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