Nuggets: Fujitsu notebook called Biblo

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Written by Justin Pearse, Contributor

The latest offering from Fujitsu has more than just a strange name...

Fujitsu has launched the LifeBook B112 touch screen notebook, with what I'm sure they hope will be a catchy name - Biblo. It's got an Intel Pentium processor with MMX technology, running at 233MHz. The screen is an 8.4-inch SVGA TFT colour touchscreen, it has a battery life of four hours and it's got what the chaps at Fujitsu claim is one of the largest mini-notebook keyboards around. The Biblo has a Magnesium Alloy casing to help protect it from every day use and abuse, and weighs 1.1kg. It also comes with a built-in port replicator to connect to a full size monitor and keyboard. Get it now for £1408.83.

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