Fujitsu down under have just forwarded on an announcement supporting the release of their new LifeBook Q2010 notebook. The major highlight with this particular notebook is that it sports a wireless MC8755V PCI Express Mini Card module from Sierra which allows for built-in connection to HSDPA networks (ie. 3G).
Specs wise, the notebook is based on Intel's 945GMS Express Chipset with a U1400 Core Solo processor, 1GB memory, 80GB hard drive and a 12.1" WXGA TFT screen.
For full details you can grab the PR here folks.
Australia, Sydney, 29 August, 2007 - Fujitsu PC Australia today announces the launch of the LifeBook Q2010 embedded with the HSDPA-enabled service. The LifeBook Q2010 embedded with the HSDPA-enabled mobile broadband service, ensures a new and better user experience in true mobile broadband connectivity. This marks the significance for Fujitsu to offer full and real mobile broadband service on its LifeBook range.
The Sierra Wireless MC8755V PCI Express Mini Card embedded module is fully integrated into the LifeBook Q2010, providing customers with the ability to wirelessly connect to their email, the Internet, or online applications with HSDPA network, anytime, anywhere. For use in areas where HSDPA is not available, the MC8755V embedded module is also compatible with UMTS networks and GPRS networks, enabling worldwide roaming for business travellers.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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