Fujitsu LifeBook P701 has a white keyboard and a silver palm rest while Fujitsu LifeBook P771 chassis is dressed in a shiny black interior matte. Their keyboard is a classic version, with almost similar size at the base where it is installed.
Fujitsu LifeBook P701 specs
• Processor: Intel Celeron B810 (1.6 GHz), Intel Core i3-2310M (2.1 GHz), Intel Core i5-2520M (2.5 GHz)
• Memory: Up to 4GB DDR3 1333MHz (8 GB), 2 slot
• Hard disk: 160/320/500 GB 5400rpm or 7200rpm or 128GB SSD
• Display: 12.1-inch WXGA touchscreen backlit (1280 x 800 pixels, anti-glare)
• Graphics: Integrated Intel HD 3000 subsystem
• Audio: 2 speakers
• Networking: 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Gigabit Ethernet, 3G (optional), Bluetooth 3.0 + HS (optional)
• Connectivity: 3in1 card reader, DisplayPort, VGA, audio jack, ExpressCard34, 3 USB 2.0 (1 eSATA Combo)
• Battery: 63Whr 6-cell 5800mAh or 6200mAh 6-cell 67Whr (8.30 max)
• Dimensions: 282 x 220 x 29-33 mm
• Weight: 1.5Kg
• Operating system: Windows 7 Professional
• Other: fingerprint reader, SIM card slot (optional)
The keyboard is spill-resistant, while the hard disk is protected from impact and shock due to technology ShockSensor. There is an optical drive, a detail that lightens the weight dell’ultraportatile total to nearly 1.5 kg. Its power supply consumes 0 watts, because the laptop is off. Advanced security solutions like Computrace Theft Protection and are integrated and useful in case of loss or theft of the notebook. Optionally, Fujitsu provides users with a port replicator (4 USB 2.0, VGA, Ethernet, e-SATA, DVI and DisplayPort that are not used simultaneously).
Among the peculiarities of Fujitsu LifeBook P701 point out the treatment opaque (reflective) of your screen, making it much easier to read documents and notes in bright environments. It also has a 16/10 format best suited to the office and surf the Internet with a resolution of 1280 × 800 pixels, compared to 16:9 and more oriented to multimedia (1366×768 pixels). After an Intel HM65, Fujitsu LifeBook P701 will be sold in different configurations.
Fujitsu LifeBook P771 differs from the previous model in several respects: it has a touch screen matte, 1280 x800 pixels, and Intel QM67. This notebook supports Intel Wireless Display 2.0 (Widi) to view digital content from a PC to a compatible TV. It also features a Modular Bay, can accommodate a DVD burner or a second battery 3-cell, 2500mAh 27Whr. The housing may also be empty, keeping the weight of the notebook at 1.4kg (282 x 215 x 29.9 mm).
Fujitsu LifeBook P771 only be configured with Core i7-2617UM (1.5 GHz), a model low-power family of Sandy Bridge, which consumes only 17W against 35W for a dual-core Core i7 Sandy Bridge classic. Autonomy is not announced. Connectivity includes an SD card reader, slot ExpressCard54, USB 2.0 (with tecbologia Anytime Charge), 2 USB 3.0 and HDMI video output, but not DisplayPort or SATA.
The touchpad LifeBook P771 supports multi-touch technology and also has a 1.3M Pixel webcam. Compared with the LifeBook P701, P771 LifeBook seems aimed at those who seek greater autonomy in a weight with Modular Bay, HDMI, USB 3.0 or Widi technology. Fujitsu LifeBook P771 is expected to be priced at $ 1,529, while Fujitsu LifeBook P701 will be priced at about $ 1000.