JAPANESE COMPUTER MAKER Fujitsu has shown off its latest range of corporate notebooks, the Lifebook E-line, which comes in three screen sizes of 13.3in, 14in and 15.6in.
With a brushed metal look and red design detail, the three screen sizes share BIOS and chipset components, which Fujitsu said helps standardise the models to "make life easier for IT departments".
Each laptop in the range is powered by a third generation Intel Core CPU, though Fujitsu said there are plans to upgrade the models to Haswell soon.
What makes the range unique, however, is the interchangeability of modular bay options housed in the chassis. Users can choose between an additional battery to enhance runtime up to 19 hours, an optical disc drive, a second hard drive or a plug-in bay LED projector to transform the notebook into a projector.
Fujitsu said this extends or mirror the laptop's display, which could be useful for mobile employees who work off-site and can't find a meeting room with a ceiling mounted projector.
The 13.3in Lifebook E733, 14in E743 and 15.6in E753 are available now, retailing from £1,030 including VAT and higher depending on chosen specifications and screen sizes. The plug-in LED projector will cost an extra £330. µ
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