Wednesday, June 9th 2010

Fujitsu Intros AMD-Powered LifeBook PH520 Variant

Fujitsu Japan developed an AMD-powered variant of its LifeBook PH520, marked with /1A in the model name. The 11.6-inch notebook features an LED-backlit display with 1366x768 pixels resolution, weighing 1.4 kg, and powered with 6.2 hours of juice on a full charge. Under the hood is where all the changes lie, with an AMD Athlon II Neo K125 1.70 GHz dual-core processor, and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4225 graphics. The system is aided by 2 GB of DDR3 memory, 320 GB storage, and includes connectivity and utilities that include 1.3 MP webcam, 801.11 b/g/n wireless network, Bluetooth, and gigabit Ethernet. Windows 7 Home Premium comes pre-installed. The LifeBook PH520/1A will be priced at US $870 in Japan.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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5 Comments on Fujitsu Intros AMD-Powered LifeBook PH520 Variant

Nice notebook, id buy that :)

Good battery life to considering the power it has.

Price is a little high since you can get the G555 for under $400 US
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Finally Athlon II Neo in the wild
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Just a CORRECTION! Athlon II NEO K125 is NOT Dual Core!!! It is a single core CPU!
And BTW Acer Aspire ONE 721 is the same thing at a much lower price!
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yup its not dual core.. dual core only for Athlon II Neo K325.. but this cpu (K125) come with 1MB L2 Cache...
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price is a bit high, i've seen some core2duo ulv to drop in price extremely last time and they are fast either with good battery life
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