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Fujitsu Announces LifeBook AH530 GFX, Provides High Graphic Performance

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  1. btarunr

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    Fujitsu today introduces a new model of the LIFEBOOK AH530 featuring an external graphics card with dedicated 1GB video memory. This completes Fujitsu’s line-up for the all-round notebook segment, with a choice of models to meet every need. The LIFEBOOK AH530 GFX is designed for users working with demanding graphics, pictures and video applications, combining high performance and a slim and stylish notebook package at a competitive price.

    LIFEBOOK AH530 GFX model users will experience the power of external graphics for demanding graphics applications and video, thanks to the on-board ATI Mobility Radeon HD550v graphics with a dedicated 1GB video memory. Users can choose between a Blu-ray Disc drive or a DVD-drive, and LIFEBOOK AH530 GFX models are equipped with the new Intel Core processors that deliver smart performance adapted to user needs, for a faster and more responsive user experience.

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    Most notebook users will agree that the viewing experience is just as important as the speed of the processors. Just like the standard LIFEBOOK AH530, the GFX model features a 15.6-inch (39.6cm) high definition glossy LCD in widescreen format, and an HDMI output for viewing content on an external display.

    The LIFEBOOK AH530 GFX model has a slim design in two stylish colors: glossy black and ink blue. Designed for function as well as style, the keyboard is resistant to spills for extra reliability and offers a full numeric keypad for high usability. he new LIFEBOOK AH530 GFX model is available for pre-order now across the EMEA region, with the first shipments planned for end of August. For more information, visit the product page.
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    What is the external graphics card going to be? I looked at Fujitisu's site and they don't say.
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    HD 550v = lower cloked HD 4650, or somewhat a HD 4630
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    I take it supposed to say The new ?.

    Fujitsu i would not touch with a 100 foot pole.
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    I think someone screwed up when they wrote the press release, it has a built in 550v (which is a 4000-series part renamed) and the press release goes on to say "users will experience the power of external graphics for demanding graphics applications and video, thanks to the on-board ATI Mobility Radeon HD550v graphics". So in other words, no external graphics.
    I think whoever wrote that meant discrete graphics, or as in not built into the CPU.
    ron732 says thanks.
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    @swede The first sentence threw me offtrack. You are right it really should have said discrete.
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    Fujitsu should better get out of business. They are up just becasue Germans buy them :D
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    I thought fujitsu quit from computes. I haven't seen fujitsu pcs in shops for 2 years.

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