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Short Take: Fujitsu notebooks feature Zip drives

Fujitsu is featuring bay-compatible Iomega Zip drives in its newest line of consumer notebooks, the LifeBook 200 series. The $1,999 270Dx and the $2,499 280Dx will incorporate 200-MHz and 233-MHz Pentium MMX processors and contain 2.1GB and 3.2GB hard drives, respectively. Both systems will also be equipped with 32MB of memory, 12.1-inch dual-scan screens, CD-ROM drives, and 56-kbps modems.

Fujitsu is featuring bay-compatible Iomega Zip drives in its newest line of consumer notebooks, the LifeBook 200 series. The $1,999 270Dx and the $2,499 280Dx will incorporate 200-MHz and 233-MHz Pentium MMX processors and contain 2.1GB and 3.2GB hard drives, respectively. Both systems will also be equipped with 32MB of memory, 12.1-inch dual-scan screens, CD-ROM drives, and 56-kbps modems.