Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pa 3553 - £411 @ OcUK - HotUKDeals
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The Amilo Pa 3553 features the latest next-generation AMD X2 dual-core mobile processor technology, that delivers multi-tasking performance for ultra-slim and light-notebooks. This means extended battery life, no need of any plugs and the freedom of answering your e-mail or surfing the Internet when and wherever you are. ATI Hybrid CrossFireX takes your gaming experience to the next level. It boosts the performance of your AMD-based notebook significantly by enabling the chipsets integrated graphics processor and the discrete graphics processor to work together simultaneously. Unleash the graphics performance that youve been waiting for. Enjoy the ultimate high-definition entertainment experience with crystal-clear picture quality and rich beautiful surround sound. Blu-ray Discs can store up to 50GB of content - 5x more than a normal double layer DVD. This enables the high-definition picture - 6x better picture resolution than a normal DVD - and sound quality as well as additional features and content.

- Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium
- Processor: AMD Athlon X2 QL-62 2.00GHz 1MB Cache
- Graphics: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3470 Hybrid X2 256MB
- Memory: 2GB DDR2 RAM
- Hard Drive: 250GB SATA (5400RPM)
- Optical Drive: Blu-Ray
- Screen: 15.4" WXGA BrilliantView LCD Widescreen (1280x800)
- Wireless LAN: 802.11b, 802.11g & 802.11n
- Ethernet LAN: 10/100/1000
- Sound Controller: High Definition Audio
- Speakers: Stereo
- Expansion: 54mm ExpressCard Slot
- Card Reader: SD Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro & MultiMedia Card
- Camera: 0.3 Megapixel
- Connections: 2x USB 2.0, 1x eSATA/USB 2.0, 1x HDMI, 1x VGA, 1x RJ-45, 1x Microphone & 1x Speakers/Headphones
- Battery: 8-Cell Lithium-Ion
- Dimensions: 358.0mm x 259.0mm x 43.5mm
- Weight: 2.95kg
- Warranty: 1 Year

Seems like a good deal, not quite as good as £399 as it was here

but good none the less for blu ray, HDMI out and dedicated graphics.
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Decent spec.... but it's a fujitsu siemens and it's from OCuK so cold from me
Alright Finlay.

Yeah in fairness that's why I didn't post it on Hexus and won't be purchasing ;)
Decent spec.... but it's a fujitsu siemens and it's from OCuK so cold from me

isnt fujitsu reliable? i never had one but i thought they were a decent make. what problems did u have?
isnt fujitsu reliable? i never had one but i thought they were a decent make. what problems did u have?

I didn't have one personally, but my girlfriend had one for 3 years (only usable for 18 months) and I used to work in comet:

Build quality normally leaves a lot to be desired - I have seen a number of them arrive with broken screens/cracked hinges from screws being too tight. Also sometimes they just would be DOA quite often higher than HP/Acer
Aesthetics - They aren't exactly smart and stylish or on the other hand, inconspicuous, much like Lenovos they do look a bit like a big (slightly off) black slab. However Lenovos are designed for the workplace so can get away with it. This is clearly designed for the home with BluRay
Included software - I wouldn't use any of the software included, simple as that. In fact I would suggest a fresh install on the less reliable brands because of things like Norton being already ground in and a PITA to remove.
Recovery - Unless they have changed this you only get blank CDs/DVDs. Compared to a company like HP where you could make your own discs (blank DVDs included so you could make your own usually) AND a small partition with an image & software to restore should you not have the discs
Reliability - My girlfriends had quite a lot of problems on hers which do seem fairly common, the Disc drive went, which was the notebook SATA so difficult to get a cheap replacement, the laptop doesn't support USB devices to boot from due to a cheap and nasty BIOS (which didn't support PXE booting either), so booting from a USB external disc drive/USB stick wouldn't work nor can I update the BIOS, the wireless went intermittent then stopped functioning altogether.

That is just my opinion from suffering to use my girlfriends 3 year old Fujitsu Siemens while my 7 year old Toshiba M1 is still going strong (even on Windows 7 although the SD card slot doesn't work it seems...)
Just to balance the discussion.
My Fujisu Siemens is just 4 years old and I've not had one minute's trouble with it apart from having to reinstall the OS 3 weeks ago after my son used it!
this deal is hot for me, bargain

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