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'The W2V's support package is disappointing.'
'memory reads are quite slow'
'The 1280-by-768-pixel wide-aspect 12.1-inch LCD is bright and readable.'
'slower ultralow voltage CPU keeps a lid on performance'
'The tiny screen also may cause eye strain with prolonged use; at its 1,024x768 resolution, the display forced us to squint often'
'the Lifebook P1620 has 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi built in as standard.'
'The Dell XPS M1330 ($2,200 direct) is both refreshing and really quite amazing once you factor in both design and performance'
'if enough pressure is applied the entire display will flex, due to the thin design'
'A little pricey'
'Lacks Dial-Up Modem'
'Fujitsu does a great job of providing useful features.'
'• No integrated mobile broadband option.'
'No integrated WWAN (cellular communication) option.'
'Difficult bay release.'
'The 10.6-inch wide-aspect screen and keyboard are small'
'none of the connections or jacks has a protective cover.'
'In multithreaded tests the CPU's limitations are clearly exposed as the performance in the file compression /encryption/decryption tests are quite dismal.'
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