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Fujitsu announced on Tuesday its LifeBook Q2010, a 2.2-pound model that's the first of the company's new Q series of thin, light notebooks geared to traveling executives. The system uses the Intel Core processor and will be available in the summer of 2006.
The new E8110 LifeBook, also launched Tuesday, features Intel's Core Duo processors and weighs 5.9 pounds. The display measures 15 inches. The laptop will cost $1,249.
This E8210 version of the LifeBook also comes in at 5.9 pounds and has the Core Duo chip inside, but has a larger 15.4-inch wide-screen display. Fujitsu has not announced pricing for the notebook yet.
The S7110 model in Fujitsu's LifeBook range also has Intel's dual-core chip. It's lighter than the E series notebooks at 4.5 pounds. The display measures 14.1 inches.