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Fujitsu AMILO GraphicBoost tested: it works, but questions remain

Fujitsu AMILO GraphicBoost tested: it works, but questions remain

On its own, Fujitsu's AMILO Sa 3650 notebook is par for the course; its claim to fame is the GraphicBooster box the company offer with it.  Packing an external ATI Radeon HD 3870 video card and dual outputs, Fujitsu boast a whopping 470-percent increase in video performance over the notebook's standard ATI Radeon HD 3200 on-board graphics.  Electricpig have tried it out, and while it works they still have questions about its practicality.

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Fujitsu LifeBook N7010 with touchscreen sub-display shipping now

Fujitsu LifeBook N7010 with touchscreen sub-display shipping now

Fujitsu's LifeBook N7010, the 16-inch notebook with a supplementary 4-inch touchscreen sub-display integrated above the keyboard, has begun shipping in the US and will begin shipping on December 26th in Japan.  The notebook weighs a whopping 7.5lbs and measures close to 2-inches thick; in Japan, that space is used to squash water-cooling inside, but the US version does without.  Both, however, have a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 processor, up to 4GB of memory, a 320GB hard-drive and a 256MB ATI Radeon HD 3470 graphics chip.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 49 2008

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 49 2008

Nokia stole much of the limelight this week, with the announcement of the N97 touchscreen QWERTY smartphone.  Set to take the crown as flagship N-series device when it hits the market next year, make sure to check out our video preview.  Meanwhile, after a few relatively quiet weeks, netbooks and their desk-bound nettop cousins seized headlines, with the HP Mini 1000 getting integrated 3G, Sony's EVDO/HSPA-packing VAIO netbook peeking out courtesy of the FCC, and the first Qualcomm Snapdragon netbook showing its convertible tablet charms.

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Fujitsu Amilo Mini Ui 3520 netbook reviewed: flexible, and not in the good way

Fujitsu Amilo Mini Ui 3520 netbook reviewed: flexible, and not in the good way

Fujitsu's Amilo Mini Ui 3520 was the little netbook that shouldn't have existed.  Denied by its makers until what seemed like seconds before the official announcement, you could be forgiven for thinking that this distinctive budget ultraportable would bring something seriously impressive to the netbook game.  Pocket-lint have been putting the Mini Ui 3520 through its paces, and it sounds like the initial concerns were legitimate: the netbook encounters some real stumbles in usability.

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