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£429.99 Fujitsu-Siemens AMILO 18.4in Notebook Li3910

Processors from Intel are designed for real mobile computing and they provide great performance. They also offer you extended battery life to give you the required independence for your daily work. With an AMILO notebook you get pure mobility and a sleek and light notebook design.

Be mobile – whenever and wherever you are – with integrated wireless LAN all you need is an access point, but no additional accessories. Enjoy surfing the Internet without wires, enjoy the freedom to answer your e-mails in your garden, enjoy the convenience of WLAN!

The spill-proof keyboard protects your notebook against damage caused by accidental spills. It has a tray-shape all around the keyboard with a capacity of up to 50 cc. So you have enough time to save your data and shut down your notebook to protect your investment and your precious memories.

With its integrated AMILOcam, this notebook offers comfortable video telephony without any additional accessories. Images transferred appear perfectly on your display, even in low-light conditions thanks to the low-light technology in the camera. BrilliantView technology enables wider viewing angles and the display is backlit with LEDs for exceptional brightness.


Intel Celeron Dual Core T1600 processor.

1.66GHz processor speed.

1MB cache.


18.4in screen size. Resolution 1680 x 945 pixels. Widescreen HD+.

250GB SATA hard drive capacity.

Multiformat dual layer DVD RW optical drive.

Intel GMA 4500M graphics card. Up to 1277MB graphics memory.

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