Laptop Specs

  ArrGee 18:49 11 May 07
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Can anyone please find the specs of a laptop for me? Googled and Googled, but no joy (at least not in English!)

It's a Fujitsu FMV Lifebook, B8230.

Cheers.

  Strawballs 19:07 11 May 07

The Fujitsu FMV-B8230 instead goes with a Celeron M 423 (1.06GHz) processor and uses the Intel 940GML Express chipset. The notebook uses a 12.1? XGA display and otherwise is similarly equipped to the FMV-Q8230. The notebook has dimensions of 10.6? x 9.0? x 1.23? and weighs 2.75 pounds. Battery life is estimated at 4.7 hours.

This is all I could find

  SANTOS7 19:08 11 May 07

click here

It seems you cannot buy them in this country and the link would suggest there is no support for this product outside Japan...

  Strawballs 19:10 11 May 07

click here Just found a bit more.

  SANTOS7 19:10 11 May 07

Maybe not then , oooops..

  SANTOS7 19:11 11 May 07

I'll get me coat!!!

  citadel 19:12 11 May 07

click on the traslate this page, there seem to be various b8230, the rest of the number is needed to find the one you want.

  ArrGee 19:34 11 May 07

Cheers peeps. Thanks for the links.

The main reason why I ask is that I have two devices in device manager coming up 'unknown' since installing an English version of XP Pro.

I would have thought that this has wireless capability, but at present I'm using a Belkin slot-in wireless card.

If

  ArrGee 19:35 11 May 07

(pressed post accidentally)

If so, I'd like to know if one of these devices is the wifi, and where to get hold of the driver.

  Strawballs 21:23 11 May 07

My HP laptop has a button for turning the wireless on and off I take it your Fujitsu doesn't?

  ArrGee 22:17 11 May 07

Doesn't appear to have. No switch either, as on my Vaio laptop.

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