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Fujitsu Announces New Media Center Notebooks
      #21596 - 11/03/05 12:55 AM

Fujitsu Computer Systems expanded its consumer portfolio, today announcing four new LifeBook desktop replacement notebooks featuring Microsoft Windows Media Center Edition 2005, offering the best in home entertainment, personal productivity, creativity and mobility for work and play.

From the LifeBook N3410 and the LifeBook N3520 notebooks equipped with 15.4-inch wide displays, to the LifeBook N6110 and LifeBook N6220 notebooks with 17-inch wide screens, the new models accommodate the varying budget requirements, viewing preferences and performance demands of students, casual home users, sophisticated graphics users, video enthusiasts and gamers.

With Media Center Edition 2005 offered as a standard feature, the new Fujitsu notebooks are transformed into an entertainment center for storing, sharing and enjoying photos, music, home videos, and movies. Consumers can even record TV programs and order movies directly from the notebook through Online Spotlight services.

The LifeBook N Series notebooks deliver the performance and reliability mobile users expect from Fujitsu, recently rated tops for reliability among Microsoft Windows-based notebooks in PC Magazine's 18th annual Reader Satisfaction Survey.

Four Stylish, Multimedia Desktop Replacement Notebooks to Fit Every Budget

LifeBook N6220 notebook

An exceptional sound experience delivered by an integrated sub-woofer and stereo speakers along with a high-speed Intel Pentium M Processor and a 17-inch wide Crystal View display makes the LifeBook N6220 notebook ideal for performance-driven consumers. An optional built-in TV tuner and Media Center remote control are also offered. A dual hard drive option comes in handy for storing pictures, TV programs and family movies. The LifeBook N6220 notebook gets a performance boost with ATI Mobility Radeon X600 with 256 MB of HyperMemory1, especially important to gamers. With the latest Intel PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection, accessing the Internet is easy. The LifeBook N6220 notebook is priced starting at $1,6492 including a $100 rebate3 for a base configuration.

LifeBook N6110 notebook

The LifeBook N6110 notebook, priced starting at $1,2992 including a $100 rebate3 for a base configuration offers an array of advanced multimedia features and a large 17-inch wide Fujitsu Crystal View display, providing consumers with another outstanding choice. Featuring a Dual-Layer Multi-Format DVD Writer for reading and writing multiple CD and DVD formats, the LifeBook N6110 notebook can write up to 8.5 GB ? twice as much as standard DVD writers. Optional external TV tuner and remote control are available for use with the Media Center Edition 2005 operating system. The LifeBook N6110 notebook also offers the latest Intel? PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection.

LifeBook N3520 notebook

For graphics enthusiasts and gamers who require more performance and desire a superior viewing experience, the LifeBook N3520 notebook with its 15.4-inch Fujitsu Color Enhanced Crystal View display delivers image intensity and color accuracy to rival a CRT. A complete entertainment center, the LifeBook N3520 notebook offers an optional built-in TV tuner and remote control with Media Center Edition. With a powerful Intel Pentium M Processor and high-speed ATI Mobility Radeon X300 with 128 MB HyperMemory4 technology, the LifeBook N3520 notebook matches the power of a desktop system. Priced starting at $1,4492 for a base configuration, the LifeBook N3520 notebook also features the high-speed Intel PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection.

LifeBook N3410 notebook

The affordably priced LifeBook N3410 notebook, which replaces the LifeBook C2340 notebook, is equipped with a 15.4-inch Fujitsu Crystal View display that delivers brighter images and richer color. The LifeBook N3410, priced starting at $1,1992 including a $50 rebate3 for a base configuration features a powerful Intel Pentium? M Processor and Intel GMA 900 graphics with shared memory and a Dual-Layer Multi-Format DVD Writer. External TV tuner and remote control options are available for use with Media Center Edition 2005. Connecting to the Internet is easy using an integrated Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection (802.11b/g).

In addition to Media Center Edition 2005, the four LifeBook N Series notebooks are available with Microsoft Windows XP Home or Professional Edition. All models also offer a dedicated Express Card slot and dedicated slots for MemoryStick and SD cards.

The LifeBook N Series notebooks are available through the Fujitsu direct sales force, website, channel partners5 and select retail outlets. Users can choose from a recommended configuration or they can customize their system using the Fujitsu Configure To Order (CTO) program. For more info visit

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