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Fujitsu LifeBook N6410 WMCE notebook

Kevin C. Tofel

Fujitsu brings one of the first Windows Media Center notebooks running on the Intel Core Duo chipset with the LifeBook N6410. Dual core computers were a bit hit at CES and the prospect of running WMCE with Core Duo in a portable package is appealing. The $1,649 base price nabs you a 17-inch WXGA LCD screen for 720p playback and an ATI Mobility Radeon x1400 with 256MB of memory. You can add an optional TV tuner, but that's likely to be NTSC, not ATSC; for a DTV signal, look for an external USB tuner. Storage capacity is up to 320GB and you can cram up to 2GB of DDR2 RAM running at a speedy 667 MHz.

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