Fujitsu launches Lifebook SH531 at Rs 45,000
With its 33.8 cm (13.3-inch) display, this 1.9 kg notebook is touted to be small and light in weight.
New Delhi: Fujitsu India launched the Fujitsu Lifebook SH531, which is now available ex-stock in India and is available at price-point of Rs 45,000.
With its 33.8 cm (13.3-inch) display, this 1.9 kg notebook is touted to be small and light in weight. It provides tech specs which includes up to second generation Intel Core i5 processors and Intel HD Graphics onboard genuine Windows 7 Professional, 33.8 cm (13.3-inch) 16:9 HD anti-glare LCD with LED backlight, a 34 mm ExpressCard slot for external UMTS solutions, Blu-ray Disc drive (optional), HDMI port and a 1.3 Mpix webcam.
Speaking on the occasion, Alok Sharma, Country Manager, Workplace Systems for Fujitsu India said, "The Fujitsu Lifebook portfolio offers a range of entry-level and more powerful, individual solutions. Fujitsu LIFEBOOK delivers highest reliability, driven by a unique combination of German precision engineering and Japanese quality, supported by 30 years of experience. This unbeatable combination is now available ex-stock in India."
It also has spill-resistant keyboard which offers protection against damage caused by accidental spills. If a liquid is spilled on the keyboard, a protective membrane and collection tray help reduce the chance of internal components coming in contact with the liquid. This gives more time to save your data and shut down the system.
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