New Lightweight And Tough Panasonic Notebook CF-R6AWBAJP

Posted: Jun 13 2007, 10:05am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:19am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

New Lightweight and Tough Panasonic Notebook CF-R6AWBAJP
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Panasonic introduces a Lets Note Notebook that is all black and ruggedized. The battery life is also impressive on this lightweight notebook.

The 10.4 inch CF-R6AWBAJP weighs 940g has a drip proof keyboard and can survive a drop from a height of 76cm. The battery life is a cool 7.5 hours.

Features of the Panasonic CF-R6AWBAJP include Intel Core TM 2 Duo U7500, Mobile Intel 945GMS Express chip set, 1GB RAM, 160GB HDD, Wi-Fi and SD-Card slot.The new tough Panasonic ultra-lightweight notebook runs Windows Vista Business.

This new Panasonic notebook looks like a real workhorse. A notebook you can always carry with you and will not die on you.
Panasonic will start to ship the CF-R6AWBAJP on July 13th in Japan.
Via this Panasonic press-release (Japanese).

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