Fujitsu adds SSD drives to their notebook lineup

With the growing number of solid-state drives being introduced, it's only natural to start seeing them show up in laptops. Fujitsu is jumping on the SSD bandwagon.

Expect to see 16GB and 32GB drives in the LifeBook P1610 and B6210. Granted, they are small in capacity, but they are currently targeting industrial users, which will no doubt take advantage of the increased durability of the flash-based drives.

You'd better really want these drives though, the 16GB will set you back $700, and the 32GB a hefty $1300. Oh, and unless you're ordering in bulk, don't bother trying to order one, they're not currently offering these to individuals.

Fujitsu gets a soft spot for solid state hard drives [via crave]