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Fujitsu shows off Lifebooks with Samsung's Flash SSD hard drives

Discussion in 'News' started by Darksaber, Oct 13, 2006.

  1. Darksaber

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    The Fujitsu Lifebook Q and Lifebook B can now be had with either a 16 or 32GB Samsung SSD hard drive. The Fujitsu FMV-Q8230 features an ULV Core Solo U1400 (1.2GHz) processor, 512MB of memory (1GB maximum), Intel 945GMZ Express chipset, 12.1" WXGA screen, GbE, two USB 2.0 ports, one Firewire port, a PCMCIA slot and a fingerprint reader with TPM. The laptop measures 11.7" x 8.6" x 0.78" and weighs 2.17 pounds. The Fujitsu FMV-B8230 instead goes with a Celeron M 423 (1.06GHz) processor and uses the Intel 940GML Express chipset. The notebook uses a 12.1" XGA display and otherwise is similarly equipped to the FMV-Q8230. The notebook has dimensions of 10.6" x 9.0" x 1.23" and weighs 2.75 pounds. The upgrade to a 16GB SSD hard drive costs $700 and the 32GB variant will set you back $1400 compared to a normal hard drive.
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    Source: DailyTech
    Last edited: Oct 13, 2006
  2. spectre440 New Member

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    blimey... kind of alot for a hard drive, ain't it?

    but it is good to see this new technology making its way to the market...

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