Using a name that sounds vaguely like a conflation of two coffee drinks, Fujitsu-Siemens is setting its sights on the mid-range, business laptop market with a new trio of computers, dubbed the ESPRIMO Mobile Series. The rather reserved looking Core 2 Duo based models, a spinoff of its desktop line, are available in three different widescreen display configurations (12.1-inch, 14.5-inch, and 15.4-inch), and are based on the Santa Rosa chipset. All of the laptops come with Intel's GMA X3100 integrated graphics card, as well as integrated UMTS, Bluetooth, and WLAN. The three models can accommodate a second battery, giving the group up to ten hours of life between charges (according to Fujitsu), which would be a real treat for anyone who's getting tired of being tethered to an outlet. No word yet on pricing or street date, but we shall keep you posted.

[Via notebookitalia]

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