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Sunday, May 27, 2007

Fujitsu LifeBook S6240

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Sporting a new color design and even more user friendly, the popular LifeBook S6000 notebook just got better and more powerful. Powered by an Intel Pentium M Processor with an incredible 2 MB L2 cache and 533 MHz front side bus, the LifeBook S6240 gets your work done with ease. At only 4 lbs with a modular optical drive and an amazing 13.3" Crystal View display, it is the ideal travel companion for you: at home, in the office or on the road.
WHAT DO YOU NEED THE COMPUTER FOR? WHAT JOB OR TASKS DO YOU WANT THE COMPUTER TO PERFORM?

If you want something small to carry on a plane, or if you travel a lot, then go with an utralight -- often called ultraportables -- these are the lightest and smallest notebooks, about the size of spiral-bound notebook and weighing less than four pounds.
If you're a student and need something light weight but also a little sturdy with a large hard drive (hold MP3s) you might want to check out the 'thin and light' notebooks.
If you want to replace your main desktop with something more portable -- go with a 'mainstream' or 'desktop replacements'.
If you want something you can use at home, work and traveling around then you need 'thin and light.' If you want an 'all-around' 'all-in-one' 'do-it-all' notebook ... then buy a notebook of this type.
Because it's so flexible, and covers most of your computing needs; this is the one that's becoming the most popular.

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