Fujitsu Lifebook P8010 Review: Small and Beautiful

Fujitsu Lifebook P8010
Lifebook P8010 it really an ideal partner for mobile person. Not only because the existence of UMTS slot, but also because its 1,3 kg weight (lightest 12,1 inches notebook we have tested) and its thin design (only around 3cm). Even small, all facilities are available, like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, DVD Writer, card reader, until the fingerprint scanner. It’s also available Shock Detection facility which will lock the harddisk if fallen down.

But for inside component, compensation is a must. To take care of temperature and power consumption, Lifebook P8010 applies Intel LV (Low Voltage) SL7100 mobile processor (2GHz). This processor is 60% smaller compared to Intel Low Voltage notebook processor generation before all, so that more power economically and generates minim temperature.

The processor choice of course assists to lengthens the battery duration, seen from its endurance when play on High Definition film continuously during 2,5 hours. But this processor is less suited for heavy-weight computing, so that lag enough when pass the test of video encoding or 3DMark 2006. Lifebook P8010 is designed for standard computing activity like office works and internet browsing.

About the Internet access, we get no difficulty to connect to Internet applies cellular network. After installing SIM card behind the battery - is meaning you must take off the battery before installing it - Lifebook P8010 direct recognizes the card and we just need to enter SIM card setting to access Internet through 3G Watcher application.

Internet access speed can be higher if you stayed in good signal coverage because Lifebook P8010 supports access level until HSDPA (3,5G).

If till now your back felt stiff because has to bring the notebook all day long, Fujitsu Lifebook P8010 is your savior. With 1,3kg weight, this notebook has light weight, even if it is compared to other 12,1” class notebook. And differs from small computing product like UMPC or personal digital assistant, this notebook has more powerful computing ability, though applies Low Voltage processor class.

Fujitsu Lifebook P8010 Review
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo SL7100 (2GHz, 2MB cache, FSB 800MHz)
RAM: 1GB, DDR2 PC5300
Chipset: Intel GS965
Graphic Card: Intel GMA X3100
Harddisk: 200GB SATA
Optical drive: DVD±R DL
Feature: Wi-Fi, LAN, Bluetooth, modem, card reader (5-in-1), 3 USB, FireWire, Webcam (1,4 MP), PCMCIA, fingerprint scan
Display: 12,1inches, 1280x800 pixel
Sound Card: Realtek ALC262 HD-Audio
Operating system: Windows Vista Business
Dimension: 28x21,2x3-4,2 cm
Weight: 1,3 kg

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