The display has an odd resolution of 1,x pixels, which is slightly narrower than the usual 1,x, but in practice we didn’t find it made much difference. Let’s find out if it’s worth it. The Good Crisp, bright screen; Good range of ports for the price; Innovative scroll wheel. For Fantastic battery life Matt screen stops reflections Responsive touchpad Good storage capacity Excellent connectivity. In practice there’s very little difference between the two aspect ratio and no clear advantage to either.

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Fujitsu LifeBook P review: Fujitsu LifeBook P – CNET

Several small changes to last year’s and the latest Intel processors all add up to A number of problems mean it fails fkjitsu live up to its price tag though — the keyboard isn’t great, it lacks a DVD drive and fujifsu battery life could be much better.

We certainly found it more satisfying to use than the sticky, glossy fujitssu of some other trackpads we’ve come across recently.

Continue to next page 01 Five small buttons sit above the keyboard between the speakers, controlling access to a variety of features, such as wireless networks, system diagnostics, power saving settings, Windows Mobility Centre and log off.

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Our Verdict Fujitsu provides what a high-end user wants from an ultra-portable laptop. Single Review, online available, Short, Date: Excellent mobility; Quiet at normal load; Long battery life. Comp Reviews Fujitsu’s LifeBook P falters from being a good laptop because it is still stuck in the older corporate computer mindset.

It may be small, but the dimpled surface feels surprisingly pleasant under your finger tip. In the tujitsu sector, Fujitsu does hardly play any role.

Large display-sizes allow higher resolutions. Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: Techradar Fujitsu has focused on what a high-end user would want from an ultra-portable — great battery life, a comfortable keyboard and enough connectivity to provide a wealth of options.

Visit manufacturer site for details. The downside is that it also dulls colours, and has a fine grain that can spoil areas of uniform, light colour. The updated Spectre x inch convertible laptop adds terrific battery life and ufjitsu Despite this, the P isn’t the thinnest ultraportable we’ve come across, as it still measures 33mm thick.

The 34mm Express Card slot offers some room for expansion, and there’s also both a smart card reader and SD memory card reader. Fujitsu Lifebook P review Laptops. The screen is intended for office environments, where bright strip-lighting will create annoying reflections on glossy screens.

Fujitsu has countered this by packing the P full of connectivity. Sign up for our daily newsletter Newsletter. The Fujitsu Lifebook P performed well in our benchmark tests, with the standout result being the battery life of more than twice that of the average machine.


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That said, the matte finish is less likely to show up scratches than the glossy paint jobs on many of its rivals, and the P’s build quality can’t be faulted, which is important for a laptop that’s likely to spend a lot of time on the road. We show the least amount of ads whenever possible. Quality journalism is made possible by advertising. It works brilliantly and feels very intuitive to use. In gujitsu third incarnation, faster processors ;701 a much better keyboard finally make the Against Keyboard could be too small for some No optical drive.

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Fujitsu has also packed in Bluetooth connectivity for adding remote devices or mobile phones. Connectivity; Fingerprint reader; Battery life. The smaller screen, low weight and briefcase-friendly dimensions x x 33mm mean hours spent on the train can be put to good use.

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