LifeBook P7230 was packing when we spotted it late last year, and now that Fujitsu is busting this thing out in Taiwan, it doesn't look like we'll be too terribly disappointed. The unit sports a 1280 x 768 10.6-inch LCD, 1.2GHz ULV Core Solo U1400 processor, the Intel 945GMS Express Chipset and PRO 3945ABG WiFi, DVD super-multi burner, 1GB of RAM, an 80GB HDD, Bluetooth 2.0 and VGA webcam. Other perks include gigabit Ethernet and a PCMCIA slot, but the real excitement is the 6 hours of battery life, 1.2-inch thickness and 2.6 pound weight -- not bad at all for a laptop packing an optical drive. If you happen to be kicking it in Taiwan, you can pick one of these up for $66,800 TWD, about $2,024 US, but hopefully Fujitsu will be keeping the Q2010 "world's most desirable laptop" company Stateside before too terribly long.
[Via Core Duo News]
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