The P771 is a 12.1" executive ultra-portable notebook with all the security, mobility and reliability features that you expect to see in a corporate notebook, but in a sleek and attractive package. The LIFEBOOK P771 notebook has an integrated biometric fingerprint sensor. With the included Softex OmniPass software, you only need to swipe your finger or remember a single master password to keep all of your system log-ins and data protected. Additionally, the LIFEBOOK P771 notebook has an embedded Trusted Platform Module (TPM) that can store data file passwords/keys on a microchip to help protect your data. Pre-Boot Authentication (PBA) is yet another security feature at your disposal. It identifies you as the proper user before your computer boots up, asking for a username and password the moment you turn on the computer. Pre-Boot Authentication is important because it disables workarounds to computer security. Keep in mind that password-protection can be easily bypassed without guessing at the correct password. The PBA feature of the LIFEBOOK P771 notebook is key to keeping your private data private. The LIFEBOOK P771 notebook includes a vast array of ports that you would typically find on a much larger notebook computer. The USB 3.0 ports transfer data faster and are completely downward compatible. The LIFEBOOK P771 also comes with a USB 2.0 port, which has the added functionality of anytime charge so you can charge your other mobile devices (i.e. your cell phone) by simply attaching them to this port. For displays you have the flexibility of a standard VGA port or an HDMI connector for viewing DVDs on a large HD screen. Using the port replicator, you will find that the DVI-D makes an excellent high quality digital connection. The port replicator also has an e-SATA port which provides a very fast way to transfer large files to a compatible external drive. For fast and easy storage/transfer of data, the LIFEBOOK P771 notebook is equipped with an SD slot.
Fujitsu Lifebook P771 Intel Core i7-2617m 4GB 500GB Win 7 Pro
June 20, 2012 By