Not a whole lot to make this N6420, Fujitsu's new 17-inch flagship, stand out from the rest of the jumbo-sized WMCE laptops out there these days, but with a base configuration at $1,500, it doesn't look like the pricing will be too painful. The new laptop features options for an HD DVD drive in the high end, and when teamed with the fancy new Fujitsu Visual Optimizer, you should be getting some fairly sharp HD imagery -- even if it's a bit hard to tell at that screen size. There's also room for dual 200GB hard drives, but that's nothing too special these days, and the rest of the spec sheet looks pretty standard for a 17-incher. The laptop runs a 2GHz Core 2 Duo T7200 processor, 512MB (256MB dedicated, 256MB shared) ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 graphics, 1GB of RAM, fingerprint reader / scroll button, a/b/g WiFi, PC and ExpressCard slots and a Media Center Edition remote. Of course, that specced out HD DVD version will cost you $2,770, while the base model has a mere DVD burner, 1.66GHz processor, 256MB X1400 graphics and single 160GB HDD. As for company, the N6420 is being released in the US alongside the A3110 and A6010 we've already spotted in Asia, which will start at $1,400 and $1,150 respectively. All three laptops are available now.

[Via LAPTOP]

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Fujitsu busts out the 17-inch LifeBook N6420 and friends