Bright, non-glare display, Long battery life
High processor performance, Built-in UMTS
Plenty of features for business and security
Slim, rigid magnesium chassis
Thin lightweight frame, Fast SSD
Terrible keyboard, Poor screen
Bright, Antiglare Coated Display
Fantastic battery life, Matt screen stops reflections
Good range of ports for the price
Has some unique features
'the Fujitsu LifeBook P3010 is definitely eye-catching.'
'The sound quality and volume output from the built-in speakers are fine for Web audio and the like, but a little thin and flat for enjoying music.'
'The T4410's trackpad is less impressive.'
'that convertible laptops have been around for a while now.'
Fujitsu LifeBook T4410 is excellent.'
'Users looking to upgrade or service the T4410 will find it easy to do through a number of panels on the back of the
Quiet operation under low stress
Excellent screen, light and robust design, great shortcut keys, solid security
'the design of the Fujitsu M2010 is uninspired.'
'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'
'A 6-cell pack is available after purchase but at a steep $129 list price.'
'thin and light 11.6 inch notebook'
'A built-in Atheros XSPAN 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth modules will make sure you stay connected.'
'vibrant red exterior'
'superior graphic capabilities'