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Fujitsu LifeBook N7010 First Impression: Two Displays, Blu-Ray and a lot more


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Fujitsu LifeBook N7010 is a 16.1-in desktop replacement laptop that Fujitsu has just announced it and will ship it from November 10th. The basic configuration is priced at $1,499.

The multimedia laptop comes with interesting facilities which are bringing real ease for the users. Having two displays- a 16.1-in and an Additional 4-inch touch screen displays, a gesture-enabled trackpad, an eSATA port for faster transfer, HDMI output for plugging into a HD TV and Blu-ray drive to play HD movies, all together is a good collection of functional features for multimedia uses.

The highlight features of Fujitsu Lifebook N7010 include:

-Integrated Blu-ray ROM optical drives for a high-definition experience.
- integrated HMDI port
- Powerful ATI Radeon 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 which is 5x faster than USB
- Integrated webcam with 1.3 mega-pixels (640x480) resolution and digital microphone.
- Integrated Bluetooth wireless technology.
- Intel 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.
- Small Footprint withi stylish sleek glossy black finish; almost the same as a standard 15.4" notebook.
- The secondary 4-in touch screen display to do more functions (navigating and displaying photos and movies) than the 16.1-in display
- Centrino 2 processors plus up to 4GB DDR3 RAM and huge storage of 320GB HHD

Fortunately, laptop magazine could have its hands on this 7.4 pounds laptop. Here I am just mentioning a brief rundown of their first impression:

- Full-size firm keyboard with good feedback and the trackpad gives good respose
- Ample ports including 4 USB, FireWire, eSATA, VGA, and HDMI,
Blu-ray drive
- The glossy display is very crisp, with good viewing angles horizontally and vertically
-The Touch screen display is very responsive to finger and can fit up to 15 quick-launch icons
-Good performance


- There is no a number pad on the keyboard
The discrete ATI Radeon HD 3470 graphics scored 5,249 on 3DMark03, which is pretty low for a desktop replacement (the average being 13,340)
- Just 2 hours and 3 minute battery life
The secondary touch screen needs to be more functionality like being able to get RSS feeds

There is a nice video in the original article to show the functionality of the secondary display.

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