Fujitsu launched a new set of entry-level notebooks last week, the LifeBook 200 series. The 270Dx, the first model in the range, runs on a 200MHz Pentium MMX processor, with 32Mb of RAM and a 3.2Gb hard drive. The machine is Fujitsu's first to incorporate a HPA (High Performance Addressing) screen, technology which the company claims provides a viewing quality close to that of a high-end TFT screen at a price close to a low-end DSTN screen. Instead of the usual mousepoint or trackpad, the 270Dx uses an ErgoTrac pointing device, which the company claims is easier to use than alternatives. The 270Dx is shipping now, with prices starting at #1,049.
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