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That is not a term you hear often describing notebook computers but in this case it fits, oh yes it does.  The new LifeBook P7210 is a small, slim piece of titanium and aluminum that has so much stuff packed inside that you’d never believe it […]

That is not a term you hear often describing notebook computers but in this case it fits, oh yes it does.  The new LifeBook P7210 is a small, slim piece of titanium and aluminum that has so much stuff packed inside that you’d never believe it could fit.  With a 10.6 inch screen running in SuperFine Wide SXGA, the P7210 is probably the smallest notebook that includes an optical drive.  The whole enchilada only weighs 1.38 kg (3 pounds) yet still includes 3 USB 2.0 ports, firewire, S-Video, High Definition audio in and out, modem and full network connectivity.  You can also bring in data via the SD, Memory Stick PRO and xD card slots.  It’s not clear if the P7210 will appear in the US but I’ll bet it will.

(via hardwarezone)

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  1. Still waiting for the P Series 7000 and 8000 to merge. The 7210 with a convertable tablet form factor would be the perfect portable machine.

  2. Don’t you mean 7120?

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