Fujitsu, known to lovingly produce a laptop from time to time, has once again stepped into the fray with a new offering in its Lifebook line. The company has just announced the Lifebook S6510 (in China, at least), and it's somehow managed to squeeze a 14.1-inch display into the "SlimEdge" casing which would typically house a 13.3-inch system. Besides the medical-marvel that is the LED-backlight WXGA display, the laptop features a Core 2 Duo T7700 or T7500, the illustrious 965GM Express chipset, an Intel PRO / Wireless 4965AGN/3945BG WiFi card, Intel GMA X3100 GPU, 160GB hard drive, 2GB of RAM (upgradable to 4GB), and a DVD "Super Multi Burner." We're not sure these figures are accurate, but Engadget China has the T7500 model clocking in at a whopping 72,800 yuan, while the T7700 will run you 76,800 yuan, which is pretty steep for a laptop. Of course, if you really want one, you'll probably have to hit up your local importer... or book a flight.
Update: So our main man Atticus from Engadget China has confirmed, the price is in Taiwanese dollars, thus making the US cost around $2,247 and $2,370 respectively.