(credit: Fujitsu via Akihabara News)
i suppose there is a market for laptops with built-in projector, else Fujitsu wouldn’t be introducing such an integration. from next month a couple of Fujitsu B2B laptops with integrated video projector will debut in the market. the two models are Lifebook S761/C and P711/C with 13.3-inch and 12.1-inch screen size respectively. both will come with an optional SVGA (800×600) video projector module in place of where the optical drive would be. great, no more worries about being caught without projector in your next big break presentation.
the Lifebook S761/C will have a choice of three different CPU, namely Celeron B810, Core i3-2310M and Core i5-2520M. other standard features for this 13.3-inch laptop are 1366 x 768 display resolution, 1 GB of RAM and 160 GB of hard drive storage. the smaller 12.1-inch Lifebook S771/C has two options for the CPU, which include Core i3-2310M and Core i5-2520M. the S771/C sports a 1280×800 resolution display, 1 GB of RAM as well as a 160 GB of hard drive storage. though no words on its pricing and its worldwide availability at this point.
i not quite sure if the option for a built-in projector would differentiate Fujitsu’s Lifebook range in the laptop market. it is certainly a nice idea but 800 x 600 resolution projection is hardly anything to shout about. then again, it could save you the hassle of lugging a separate projector to a presentation, and perhaps, impressing your clients at the same time. at least for now before this become a standard among the slew of laptops in the market.
via Akihabara News