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Fujitsu's new T-Series models feature Celeron M, Core Solo power

With the release of Windows Vista just around the corner, many new notebook and desktop system will be announced from a variety of OEMs. Fujitsu has shown off its new Loox T-Series sub-notebooks which will come pre-loaded with Vista Home Premium.

The tiny notebook will be available in four models: the T50/T50U and T70/T70U. The T50 comes with a 1.2GHz Celeron M processor, 512MB of memory and a 60GB hard drive. The T70 ups the ante with a 1.2GHz Core Solo processor, 1GB of RAM and an 80GB hard drive. All models will come with a multi-format DVD burner while the "U" designation on some models signifies an optional 1Seg TV tuner.

The new Loox notebooks weigh in at just 2.6 pounds and can operate for up to 4.8 hours when using the Core Solo processor.

Pricing has not been released but should be available closer to the retail launch of Vista.



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corporate vs home
By Pirks on 1/15/2007 4:06:47 PM , Rating: 1
slightly off topic: how big do you think the corporate PC market is compared to home PC market? where is more money? got an argument with a Mac fanatic here, and now I can't find any facts/numbers online that would debunk his myth that home PCs are primary market or will be primary market soon, while corporate PC market is secondary, net volume/net income-wise. or is it not a myth at all? could someone point me at some online research/facts on that? thanks :-)




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