Fujitsu unveiled a notebook designed for travellers and professionals. The P770 uses the latest i7 processor from Intel, weighs 1.4 kg, and can last up to 6.5 hours.
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The LifeBook P770 has a magnesium cover, features a spill-resistant keyboard to protect the motherboard from accidental spills, and has 3D Shock Sensor which uses an advanced 3D accelerometer to protect against damage to the hard disk from vibrations and shocks.
In addition, the company said that the LifeBook P770 provides up to 6.5 hours of battery life with further extension of up to 1.5 times if the ECO button is utilised. Activating the ECO button instantly switches the P770 to a power saving mode for low power consumption tasks like simple Internet surfing or playing your favourite songs.
Te LifeBook P770 has a 12.1-inch bright SuperFine WXGA back-light LED screen with 300nits brightness and has an HDMI output connector that can be used to hook the notebook up to an HDTV.
Finally, the LifeBook P770 is equipped with a built-in 2.0 Mega Pixel camera and microphone for smooth and seamless communication through optimized Voice-Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) while on the move.
The Fujitsu LifeBook P770 is available now starting from $1899. A 3G model is also available for $3099.