Fujitsu to Offer Solid State Drives in its Pen-Enabled LifeBook Notebooks

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Fujitsu introduced today the first pen-enabled notebooks with solid state drives (SSDs). The LifeBook P1610 and LifeBook B6210 ultra-portables will offer an option for an SSD, an advanced NAND flash-based replacement for traditional hard disk drives.

The Fujitsu LifeBook P1610 Tablet PC and the Fujitsu LifeBook B6210 pen-enabled notebook.

The LifeBook P1610 Tablet and LifeBook B6210 touch screen notebook are now offered with two flash-based SSD configurations, 16GB or 32GB. The SSDs offer lower power consumption, added ruggedness, high reliability and improved performance. They are also quieter, generate virtually no heat and weigh half as much as traditional notebook hard drives.

Fujitsu also introduced a rugged case for added durability and reliability. The LifeBook P1610 notebook and its predecessor, the LifeBook P1510 notebook, can be fitted with an optional 3/4-inch thick flexible Santoprene case. The case helps protect against bumps and scratches. Fujitsu is going all out to give users what they want.

The SSDs for the LifeBook P1610 and B6210 notebooks are available to corporate customers and agencies on a project-basis. No word on when these SSDs will be standard equipment on consumer model LifeBooks. Although if you are looking to make your P1610 or P1510 more rugged, the rugged Tablet case is available now for $139.

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