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Fujitsu Biblo Loox T Shines Brightly

Fujitsu Biblo Loox T Shines Brightly - PCSTATS
Abstract: During Comdex Ali labs had one of the twin Biblo Loox on display to promote its' M1535 south bridge chipset. Needless to say it caught our attention.
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Fujitsu's Biblo Loox T Shines Brightly

While we can't speak in detail of how the Biblo Loox performs during everyday computing tasks, we can definitely attest to its' drop dead gorgeous shiny metallic looks. During Comdex Ali labs had one of the twin Biblo Loox on display to promote its' M1535 south bridge chipset. Needless to say it caught our attention, and that of just about everyone who passed by. Incidentally the Ali M1535 has shown up in just about every Crusoe application we've seen to date (Linux fans take note if you are looking to install 2.4 on your Crusoe system).

Chained down the desk and under bright lights the Loox T looks totally different from the dull plastic looking press photos which had previously been circulated. Fujitsu has obviously spent a lot of attention and money to make the outwards appearance of the Loox T as eye catching as humanly possible. The unit is smaller than a typical notebook, but larger than Sony's Crusoe offering.

On the other side of the shiny aluminum cover, the stocky screen and Japanese character keyboard reside. With the new breed of sub-notebooks came a new breed of 3/4 height LCD displays.

In contrast to the days of old, where small screens ruled in symmetrical dimensions, the new sub-notebooks of today have panels wider then they are high. The effect is similar to watching a wide screen movie in a way. The reduction in size is partially to conserve battery power and partially to meet the demands of a sub standard size of a sub-notebook. Generally, this class of notebook is not much larger than the size of the keyboard - just picture the Sony VAIO C1VN.

While we had reservations about the 3/4 height LCD screens when we first heard about them, in actual fact it's not as bad as it may at first seem.

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Contents of Article: Fujitsu FMVLS553W
 Pg 1.  — Fujitsu Biblo Loox T Shines Brightly
 Pg 2.  What sets this Loox apart

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