'Bright, non-glare display, Long battery life'
'Plenty of features for business and security'
'Slim, rigid magnesium chassis'
'Thin lightweight frame, Fast SSD'
'Terrible keyboard, Poor screen'
'Keyboard is simply too hard to type on'
'Aggressive, attractive design'
'Very slim and elegant design'
'High processor performance, Built-in UMTS'
'Bright, Antiglare Coated Display'
'Fantastic battery life, Matt screen stops reflections'
'Good range of ports for the price'
'Has some unique features'
'Good performance for a very compact Notebook'
'Quiet operation under low stress'
'Excellent screen, light and robust design, great shortcut keys, solid security'
'The integrated video processor is able to help decode HD videos (AVC/VC-2/MPEG2) , e.g., for a fluent Blu-Ray playback with slow CPUs.'
'solid and versatile performer'
'that convertible laptops have been around for a while now.'
Fujitsu LifeBook T4410 is excellent.'
'offering considerable performance'
'Good system performance'
'the Fujitsu LifeBook P3010 is definitely eye-catching.'
'Expensive compared with similar Netbooks..'
'The given performance is sufficient for the intentioned application field of internet and office , in any case.'
'the design of the Fujitsu M2010 is uninspired.'
'A 6-cell pack is available after purchase but at a steep $129 list price.'
'The attention-getting ruby-red chassis with a stylized infinity logo looks stunning.'
'Fujitsu was quick to remind us that no paint is used on the M2010 — the colour is embedded into the plastic, making a longer-lasting and more durable product.'
'a very capable system'
'spacious 320GB mechanical hard drive (HDD)'
'superior graphic capabilities'
'thin and light 11.6 inch notebook'
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