Notebooks - Dell & Fujitsu
Dell (Level 4, Booth 8230/8251)
Dell XPS 13
The 11.6-inch Dell XPS 13 is powered by an Intel Core i5-2467M 1.6GHz processor, coupled with 4GB of DDR3 system memory. Dell has opted to use quality manufacturing material as its keyboard housing, made of durable carbon fiber that keeps the machine sturdy yet light-weight. Its 128GB SSD ensures ample storage without adding unnecessary weight to the sleek and sexy ultrabook.
- IT Show Price: $1,199 (after $300 trade-in)
- Usual Price: $1,499
- Promotion: Mcafee Security Center (15-mth), 1-year CompleteCover warranty, limited edition Ted Baker slip case (exclusive to DBS credit card owners)
- More Information: HWZ Feature
Dell Inspiron 15R
This full-featured laptop is powered by Intel's 2nd generation Core i7-2670M CPU. Its free upgrade to 8GB DDR3 of system memory will ensure there is sufficient RAM for your multi-tasking needs. And you can also count on its discrete NVIDIA GT 525 M GPU to handle your graphics processing tasks with finesse.
- IT Show Price: $799 (after $300 trade-in)
- Usual Price: $1,099.
- Promotion: Free upgrade to 8GB RAM, Mcafee Security Center (15-mth), carrying case
Dell Alienware M17x R3
The Dell Alienware M17x R3 gaming laptop has one of the best specifications in this category. Sporting the familiar signature looks of Alienware, this particular variant sports a discrete AMD Radeon HD 6870M GPU with 1GB of video memory. This explains its more competitive pricing compared to models sporting NVIDIA GPUs.
- IT Show Price: $2,299 (after $300 trade-in)
- Usual Price: $2,599
- Promotion: Mcafee Security Center (15-mth), 1-year CompleteCover warranty, Belkin Evo messenger bag, 2-year limited hardware warranty extension, Alienware goodie bag, limited edition Garena game credit card and 4GB thumbdrive
- More Information: HWZ Review
|Click here for Dell notebook brochures.|
Fujitsu (Level 4, Booth 8241)
Fujitsu Lifebook T901
It's hard to get excited over the 13-inch Lifebook T901's specifications sheet. It's got a regular 2.7GHz Core i7 processor, 4GB of RAM, 500GB of HDD space and so on. Even it's performance and price is nothing to shout about. However the T901 has got a trick up its sleeve -- a Wacom-made Dual Digitiser. In human terms, it means that when the notebook is in tablet mode, it's armed with an extremely sensitive pen and touch capabilities. It's clearly not for everyone, but if you decide that you need a tablet on which you can write on, this is the best one we've come across so far.
- IT Show Price: $3388
- Usual Price: $3688
- Promotion: Free upgrade to 8GB RAM, upgrade to 3 years warranty, Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Student, 18.5-inch LED monitor, carrier case.
Fujitsu Lifebook SH771
These days, it's hard to come across notebooks with a "Made in Japan" label, since most PC manufacturers have already moved production to places like China in a bid to cut costs. The Fujitsu Lifebook SH771, however, is still very much a product of Japan and hence its high price. But once you get past the price factor, you'll understand why it costs that much. Looks isn't its strongest point, but that's because the SH771 was made to be strictly utilitarian with its matte black exterior acting as a good fingerprint repellant. And if 1.4kg is still too heavy for you, you can always swap out the optical drive if you don't need it.
- IT Show Price: Core i5 (2.5GHz) $1988, Core i7 (2.8GHz) $2588
- Usual Price: Core i5 (2.5GHz) $2288, Core i7 (2.8GHz) $2888
- Promotion: Free upgrade to 8GB RAM, Microsoft Office 2010 Home and Student, Fujitsu bar speakers, carrier case, (Core i7 only) upgrade to 3 years warranty.
- More Information: HWZ Review
|Click here for Fujitsu notebook brochures.|