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Softex Taipei: Fujitsu to push notebooks with discrete graphics cards
Max Wang, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Monday 6 April 2009]

Fujitsu will push two notebooks with built-in discrete graphics cards during Softex Taipei (April 9-13)– the 13.3-inch LifeBook S6420 and 14.1-inch Fujitsu L1010.

The LifeBook S6420 comes with S3's Graphics Chrome 430 ULP GPU while the Fujitsu L1010 is equipped with Nvidia's GeForce 9300M GS.

Fujitsu will price the LifeBook S6420 at NT$45,000 (US$1358) and L1010 at NT$39,800 at the show

Fujitsu LifeBook S6420 notebook

Fujitsu LifeBook S6420 notebook
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