Fujitsu Readies 2.8 Pound Sub-Notebook For Vista Launch

Fujitsu has announced the new Loox T-Series sub-notebooks, all pre-loaded with Windows Vista Home Premium. There are four models available,

  • T50: 1.2GHz Celeron M processor, 512MB of RAM, 60GB hard drive
  • T50U: 1.2GHz Celeron M processor, 512MB of RAM, 60GB hard drive, 1Seg TV tuner
  • T70: 1.2GHz Core Solo processor, 1GB of RAM, 80GB hard drive
  • T70U: 1.2GHz Core Solo processor, 1GB of RAM, 80GB hard drive, 1Seg TV tuner
All models will come with a multi-format DVD burner and weigh 2.6 pounds. Battery life, however, is limited to 4.8 hours (with the Core Solo processor). Pricing should become available as the retail launch of Vista nears.

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News source: DailyTech

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not weak at all. use vlite to strip down vista for free rather than invest hundreds of dollars on new hardware! correct your thinking.

Quite weak. I have computer better than those that struggle to run Vista for regular internet browsing/office applications.

I would rather have a heavier laptop that has a chance of running vista, no chance with a 1.2g CPU, my home pc with a XP 3700+ processor struggles!!!
Also, 512MB RAM and possibly 128 used for graphics, running vista on anything less than 1GB is a joke, so this is a no no imo

Angel Blue01 said,
Its useless. Only 515 MB RAM? :x

You won't see much difference in everyday applications like wesurfing or e-mail when it comes to having 512 MB over having 1 GB of RAM (well, not with Windows XP, anyways.) It all depends what you want to do with your laptop.
These models obviously aren't aimed at being office desktop replacements or portable workstations, and its obviously not for the 3D gamer. (You could probably play Quake on it. Quake 1 that is..). Their aimed at the more casual user.