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Fujitsu Siemens Dual Core Laptop @ £275.00!!

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Brand FUJITSU SIEMENS
Screen size 15.4 inches
Screen type Widescreen
Processor Intel Celeron Dual Core
Processor model number T1400
Processor speed 1.73 GHz
Processor bus 533 MHz
Processor cache 512 kB
Memory (RAM) 1024 MB
Storage (hard drive) 120 GB
Storage (hard drive) Type SATA
Operating system Windows Vista Home Basic
Application software Not included
Shared graphics Intel GMAX3100 128 MB
Dedicated graphics No
Optical drive Plays & records CDs and DVDs
Lightscribe technology No
S-Video output Yes
VGA output Yes
HDMI output No
Built-in wireless networking Yes - 802.11b/g
Wired networking Yes
Gigabit LAN No
Built-in fingerprint reader No
USB 2.0 slots 4
Firewire No
Media card slots No
Built-in bluetooth No
Built-in webcam No
Built-in TV Tuner No
Speakers Standard
Battery life Up to 2 hours
Laptop weight (kg) 2.7 kg

Product Code: 474428
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#1
Bought one of these for my dad this afternoon as it happens.....after removing the usual bloatware and shutting down ULC & indexing I'd say it's a snappy cracking fab laptop! and well worth the money, sure there are cheaper Dells around but for a Fujitsu Siemens dual core notebook, this is a very good deal.

Have to say I was surprised how quick this dual core celeron seems to be, nothing like Celeron's of old that's for sure! even with 1GB of memory Vista seems happy and everything loads up quickly.

Only pain is the Wlan needs to be turned on manually by pressing two keys every time u boot up, although I did make a shortcut on start up and now have the wlan dialogue box pop up without the need to hitting the keys when vista has loaded, still need to click 'ok' but not the end of the world.

Yeah, good lappy, looks nice, works as it should and a great screen, my dad is very happy, thankfully!!!! :)
#2
[QUOTE=titty]Only pain is the Wlan needs to be turned on manually by pressing two keys every time u boot upQUOTE]

What a pain in the arris, I couldn't be bothered with that. When i boot my laptop, everythings working & straight onto whatever i want to do.

But then for that money i suppose you have to give somewhere.
#3
The Core 2 Duo version of this Amilo laptop suffers from serious overheating after like 20 mins usage. It would get extremely hot that the laptop casing would expand at the bottom. Im not sure if this processor would suffer the same problem but im just letting you all know.
#4
If anyone is interested, my dad has had 24 hours with this laptop and so far and everyone is still pleased with it - was runing all morning playing vids/internet/etc and no overheating issues to report.
#5
I picked up one of these today to replace the kids ageing Compaq Presario laptop. I only had a little play so far, but it does appear to be a nice machine for the money, and quite nippy too considering it's running Vista. Voted hot.
#6
titty
after removing the usual bloatware and shutting down ULC & indexing I'd say it's a snappy cracking fab laptop!
ULC?
#7
He means UAC
#8
Yeah cheers, I gathered just after I posted. One of the most annoying "features" of Vista.
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titty
Only pain is the Wlan needs to be turned on manually by pressing two keys every time u boot up, although I did make a shortcut on start up and now have the wlan dialogue box pop up without the need to hitting the keys when vista has loaded, still need to click 'ok' but not the end of the world.

Easily sorted. Open notepad, paste in the following:

Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Set oExec = WshShell.Exec("C:\Program Files\Launch Manager\WisWBSet.exe")
do while WshShell.AppActivate("Wireless Status Option")=False
WScript.Sleep 100
loop
WScript.Sleep 100
WshShell.sendkeys("{TAB}{TAB}{LEFT}~")

Save it as wlan.vbs and drop it in your start-up folder and wireless adapter will automatically turn on when you boot up then.
#10
Good man! rep left......will give it a try on my dads lappy soon as.
#11
In case anyone's wondering how to switch off indexing....
Open My Computer.
· Right-click your hard drive icon and select Properties.
· At the bottom of the window you'll see "Allow indexing service to index this disk
for faster searches," uncheck this and click ok.
· A new window will pop up and select Apply to all folders and subfolders.

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