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Fujitsu Launches the LIFEBOOK LH772 Powered By the 3rd Generation Intel Core CPU

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Fujitsu, the No.1 Global Tablet PC Vendor (2011 by units shipment), today launches the first LIFEBOOK to incorporate the new mobile Intel platform. Symphony at your fingertips - the newest LIFEBOOK LH772 orchestrates and fulfils your multimedia and entertainment desires with the Japanese ONKYO box speakers and enhanced DTS UltraPC II Plus Sound System.

    "Fujitsu stays dedicated to our Japanese roots and the Takumi philosophy with the new LIFEBOOK LH772, which is the perfect epitome of style and function," said Mr. Lim Teck Sin, Vice President, Product Marketing and Engineering, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Ltd. "We endeavour to keep our 'Made in Japan' promise of premium quality and will continue to deliver great surprises and exciting products to our customers in 2012."

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    Ultimate dedication, expertise and experience to create the perfect Fujitsu LIFEBOOK

    The new 2012 Fujitsu range of LIFEBOOK is intrinsically designed with the Takumi Philosophy which embodies 4 key elements - the Infinity Mark as a badge of excellence and innovation; the distinctive F-Line Keyboard outline to illustrate our craftsmanship and attention to details; a minimalistic, Zen-like Rounded Profile to signify simplicity and undivided focus on quality; and User-Centric Shared Details in the forms of a perfectly clean and levelled palm rest and a dichromatic, double injection colour isolation keyboard for both visual appeal and comfort, a chrome on/off power button with an illuminated ring and clear indications of the ports on the sides of the keypad for ease of use and a class of sophistication.

    The LIFEBOOK LH772 - SYMPHONY AT YOUR FINGERTIPS

    Enjoy ultimate sound and visual quality like never before with the Made-In-Japan LIFEBOOK LH772.


    The multimedia powerhouse is exquisitely fitted with the ONKYO Box Speakers that delivers exceptional audio performance and crystal-clear sound clarity. The DTS UltraPC II Plus Sound System minimises sound interference while enabling a vast distinction in audio pleasure.

    Driven by the powerful, new 3rd Generation Intel Core Processor, i7 Quad Core on the Intel Chief River Platform with Intel Turbo Boost Technology Boost Technology 2.0, the LIFEBOOK LH772 integrates a dedicated 2 GB NVIDIA Optimus graphics and a 14-inch High Definition SuperFine LCD screen, to bring you the perfect balance of performance and long battery lifespan. Immerse and enjoy the melodious symphonic concerts or be amazed by the realistic sound and visual effects from the latest action blockbusters at the luxury and comfort of your home.

    With the Japanese Takumi design philosophy in mind, the LIFEBOOK LH772 is housed in 3 beautiful urban colours of Shiny Black, Urban White and Cosmos Pink.

    A key strength in Fujitsu's innovations is the ability to incorporate user-centric features in our notebooks.

    The LIFEBOOK LH772 comes with the new Face Sense Utility that intelligently pauses or resumes applications or activities on the LIFEBOOK when human presence is detected. Ergonomically designed with full-sized dichromatic keys and 10-key number pad, the notebook comes with an exquisitely designed textured palm rest to prevent any residual fingerprint while giving a luxurious feel at the same time. The Fujitsu scroll wheel, touch pad, Finger Print Sensor and Status LED indicator all come together to provide great convenience and ease of use when working on the LIFEBOOK. Another key innovation is the Japan patented technology dust filter which is an effective total ventilation solution that allows easy cleaning and maintenance, thus resulting in prolonging the LIFEBOOK's operational life.

    Refreshed LIFEBOOK LH532 With New 3rd Generation Intel Core Processor

    With the introduction of the new Intel platform, the LIFEBOOK LH532 is now refreshed with the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processor, i7 Quad Core on the Intel Chief River Platform.
     
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    I like the made in Japan label...I hate the specs. Haven't seen a single Fujitsu with decent graphics.
     
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    I'd consider the GT640M as decent graphics.
     
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    Lifebook?? really does everything have to be ****book these days :rolleyes:

    Not if you're playing FPS at 30FPS it isn't!!! (see what I did there? :p )
     
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    46 fps at low settings and 34fps at med settings for BF3, so not exactly "at 30FPS". Also, the point you were disputing then in that other thread was "barely playable" versus "very playable" and not whether or not the 7750 was a decent graphics card or not. So you fail there too. And you're proud of your failure too, "see what I did there?" indeed.
     
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    I fail? lol I wasn't being an ass but as you chose to be then I will explain cause your lack of native english language clearly is a barrier.

    The thread you're referring to the guy has a low end rig with a low end low res monitor and wanted to be able to play games at playbale frame rates with "Good" settings, not max it out and have 16xAF and 32xAA.

    So yes a 7750 would be absolutlely fine for what he wants at 720P resolution.

    Now if you want to carry this on by all means PM me.
     
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    They have a 640M now? All I saw in their laptops on the site was a 525M and they wanted about as much as a Qosmio.

    I wouldn't mind a slightly lower end discrete for the made in Japan label. But when its bottom of the barrel low for the same price as something that comes with a good midrange + quad core i7....ehhh.
     

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