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Fujitsu brings Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs to two notebooks

updated 03:50 pm EDT, Thu April 19, 2012

Fujitsu updates LifeBooks with Sandy Bridge CPUs

Fujitsu has refreshed two of its Lifebook notebooks with the last wave of Intel Sandy Bridge processors. The 15-inch AH532 and 14-inch LH532 are now powered by a 2.3GHz, dual-core Intel Core i3. It's paired with the onboard Intel 3000 HD for graphics.

The exteriors are also different, with the AH532 getting a chiclet keyboard while the LH532 has a soft-touch finish and an integrated touchpad in the palmrest. Inside, the smaller notebook has a 750GB hard drive and a battery life rating of 6.5 hours, while the larger notebook has a 500GB standard hard drive and a seven-hour battery life.

Otherwise, the pair shares a lot of hardware specs, including 4GB of RAM, a 720p display and matching webcam, as well as Bluetooth 4.0 and USB 3.0 connections.

Shipping in May, the smaller notebook starts at $600, while the 15-incher begins at $550 and arrives late in April. [via SlashGear]





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