Remember the slew of devices Fujitsu unveiled just a month ago? Well, believe it or not, we have three more to welcome to the already crowded laptop world. These are part of the Lifebook E family, and, for the most part, they’re fairly unimpressive spec-wise. But they could be pretty cheap, so that’s something to look forward to.
First up, we have the 13.3-inch E733. The fellow weighs in at 1.7 kg and boasts a run-of-the-mill 1,366 x 768 pixels resolution display. Too low-end for you? Maybe you’ll like the 14-inch E743 more. This packs 200 grams extra, but also a much cooler 1,600 x 900 pix res panel.
As for the E753, that actually sounds pretty impressive, even though it just fails short of ultrabook dimension standards. The 15.6-inch fellow has a 2.1 kg weight and comes in two versions, with a 1,366 x 768 or a Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 screen.
Hardware-wise, all three new Fujitsu laptops have different configurations, with processors ranging from Core i3 to i7 units, RAM going all the way up to 8 GB and your choice of integrated or dedicated graphics. The E line is to start selling soon in Europe and Asia, while specific price points are kept under wraps for now.