Fujitsu LifeBook N7010 Comes with Secondary 4 Inch Touch Screen – Video Link

The Fujitsu LifeBook is a Desktop replacement laptop. It has an impressive 16 inch wide aspect Crystal View Display on a almost same footprint as a 15.4 inch model. The most interesting feature on the N7010 is it has another secondary LCD screen that is encased on its glossy black housing.

The 4 Inch screen is a Touch Zone touch screen which can enhance productivity by keeping information such as photo slide show, CD/DVD control or application shortcuts visible at all times for seamless multitasking. You can even chat on this secondary display while working on a large file on the main screen.

More pictures, Information, specs and pricing after the break.


Some pictures on the secondary screen.

According to the official Fujitsu release, the specifications are as below: –

  • New High-speed Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo P8400 (2.26GHz, 3MB L2 cache, 1066GHz FSB)
  • 4GB RAM, 320GB drive
  • a high-contrast display that delivers brighter images and richer colors in true 16:9 widescreen format.
  • Integrated Blu-ray(TM) ROM optical drives for a high-definition experience.
  • Connect to high definition large screen TV with integrated HMDI port.
  • Powerful ATI Radeon(R) HD 3470 graphics with 256MB GDDR3 dedicated graphics memory and up to 2GB of HyperMemory support.
  • Dedicated Memory Stick/SD card slot for fast and easy downloads of pictures, music, and data.
  • Integrated E-Sata port. It is 5x faster than USB and ideal for transferring large data files.
  • Integrated webcam with 1.3 mega-pixels (640×480) resolution and digital microphone.
  • Integrated Bluetooth wireless technology.
  • Intel(R) Wireless WiFi Link 5100 (802.11AGN).
  • Gesture-enabled touchpad for easy scrolling and zooming.
  • Removable dust-filter, spill-resistant keyboard and shock mount hard drive offer added reliability and peace of mind.
  • Priced at $1,499(1) for a fixed configuration.
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