Fujitsu LifeBook N7010 Notebook Featuring an Integrated Secondary Touchscreen Display

Fujitsu today released the first notebook PC that includes a secondary touchscreen display. The 4-inch touchscreen is embedded above the desktop replacement machine’s keyboard. It can be used to control media or launch applications without accessing the main screen.

Fujitsu LifeBook N7010 NotebookFujitsu today released the first notebook PC that includes a secondary touchscreen display. The 4-inch touchscreen is embedded above the desktop replacement machine’s keyboard. It can be used to control media or launch applications without accessing the main screen. The 16-inch notebook uses Intel’s Centrino 2 processor technology (dual-core Intel Core 2 Duo SU9300 Ultra Low Voltage processor). The LifeBook N7010 offers a removable dust-filter, spill-resistant keyboard, and shock mounted hard drive, as well as up to 6.15 hours of battery life.

Full Specifications:

  • Intel Centrino 2 Technology
  • Intel Core 2 Duo SU9300 Ultra Low Voltage Processor
  • 4GB of RAM
  • Optional SSD (Solid State Drive)
  • Integrated eSata Port
  • Gesture-enabled Touchpad for Convenient Navigation, Zooming, and Panning
  • Blu-ray optical Drive
  • 16" Wide-Aspect Crystal View Display
  • ATI Radeon HD 3470 Graphics with 256MB GDDR3 Dedicated Graphics Memory
  • Integrated 1.3MP Webcam
  • Built-in 802.11a/g/n Wi-Fi Wireless and Bluetooth
  • HDMI Port
  • Removable Dust Filter
  • Spill-resistant Keyboard
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Operating System

The Fujitsu LifeBook N7010 will be available on 10th November for $1,499.

1 comment
  1. “Secondary touchscreen display”. That sounds interesting! I was going to buy a new lappy, but I think I will wait for this. Thanks for the info. 😀

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