The offering of “pink gold” Lifebook P8010 from Fujitsu is an indication of tech giant’s move to create a niche for itself in the consumer market where conventional models, designs and patterns fails to retain the interest of fashionable geeks and techie divas. The limited edition model features 3.5G (HSDPA) WWAN, 12.1-inch WXGA SuperFine widescreen panel and Intel’s Core 2 Duo SL7100 processor, enabling it enjoy an edge over Sony’s TZ series. After such a warm entry of Fujitsu’s LifeBook P8010, the model became stale only after few months of its release.
The innovative LifeBook P8010 limited-edition pink gold laptop features a sure-to-be-polarizing high-gloss finish and others essential details 1.3-megapixel camera, dual-layer DVD writer, battery that lasts six-hours on one time charge and a fingerprint reader. With no word available about its availability across overseas, it is only a blessing for those residing in Australia and is retailed at $2,899 ($2,748 Yankee dollars).
Via Engadget/ BoingBoing