World’s smallest Personal Computer unveiledFebruary 21st, 2008 - 4:25 pm ICT by admin
Bangalore, Feb 21 (ANI): Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific, Japanese IT and communications solution provider, unveiled world’s thinnest Ultra Mobile PC, Fujitsu Lifebook U1010s recently in Bangalore.
Addressing the mediapersons here, the Associated Director of Fujitsu, Ivan Kam informed that the ultra mobile pc weighing 63 grams with 3.5 G mobile broadband is the thinnest in the world.
“It is the lightest A4 size pc we have in the world. We are promoting it as one spindle tablet. It is very light in weight. At the same time it has a port replicator. On the port replicator you can have your optical disk drive, so nothing is lost you still have your optical disk drive and hard disk there,” Kam said.
He further added that the pc facilitates the luxury of palm-sized connectivity to those who constantly travel.
According to the 43.2 billion dollars Japanese company, India is a growth story and focusing on Indian markets is a prudent business strategy.
The price of the PC is between Rs. 60,000 (1,496.36 dollars) to Rs. 85,000 (2,119 dollars) and is enabled with mobile broadband.
Besides, the A4-sized LifeBook is armed with long lasting battery life of up to 11 hours with a 9-cell battery, which also has security features that prevent unauthorized access to information in the device.
The company aims to be among top ten leading PC players within the next two years. (ANI)
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