Fujitsu Siemens Laptop - dual core, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 120GB £399.99 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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Its a perfect balance of performance, reliability and best in class mobility at a very attractive price. The Intel processor makes this laptop quite capable of all the office based tasks that you need to do whilst the 15.4" display and full size ergonomic keyboard guarantees your comfort.

Processor: Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor up to T2130 (1.86 GHz), Front side bus (FSB) 533 MHZ
Memory: DIMM slots (667 MHz support) 2 2, DDR2-667 SDRAM 2048MB Up to 2 GB
BIOS: BIOS Flash EPROM Phoenix First BIOS Phoenix First BIOS
Hard disk drives (internal) *: S.M.A.R.T. 120 GB S-ATA 150 (5400 rpm), * 1 Gbyte equals one billion bytes, when referring to hard disk drive, capacity; accessible capacity may vary, also depending on used software and tool.
Fixed drives: Super Multi DVD writer (incl DVD RAM, 8x double layer support)
Display: 15.4-inch TFT WXGA / 1280 x 800 pixel non-glare display, (glare optional), Max. resolution for external displays Up to 1920 x 1440 / true color / 60 Hz Up to 1920 x 1440 / true color/ 60 Hz
Graphics: SiS Mirage 3+ Graphics, 64-256 MB shared memory
Interfaces: Express card 34/54 1, USB 2.0 3, VGA 1, Modem RJ-11 optional, LAN RJ-45 1, Audio-in (line-in / microphone) 1, Audio-out (line-out / headphone) 1, DC-in 1, Kensington Lock 1
Chipset: Northbridge SIS M672 SIS M672, Southbridge SiS 968 SiS 968
Modem on board: 56K V.90 modem MDC1.5 optional
LAN on board: built-in 10/100/1000 Mbps Fast Ethernet LAN (SiS196) -WIRELESS READY
Wireless Technologies (WLAN): Import and usage according to country-specific regulations.
Audio: Stereo speakers, Sound chip Realtek ALC268, Internal microphone
Keyboard and pointing device: Keyboard 87 keys, 19mm pitch, 2.5mm key stroke, 87 keys, 19mm pitch, 2.5mm key stroke, Touchpad with two mouse buttons with two mouse buttons, Status LED
Supported Standard: WMI / CIM / WBEM, PXE, BootP
Security: Physical security: Kensington Lock support, System Security: Norton Internet Security Symantec, User Security: User and supervisor BIOS password, * for made4you customizing projects only
Power supply: 1st Li-Ion battery 4 cell, 2000 mAH (29.6 Wh), First battery * (Mobile Mark 2002) [up to] 1h 20 min, Up to 2h 30 min with accessory, 1h 20 min, Up to 2h 30 min with accessory, battery, AC adapter 20V/65W Adapter, Rated voltage (AC input) 100 - 240 V, Rated frequency 50 - 60 Hz, DC output 20 V, 3.25 A, * Battery life may vary depending on product model, configuration, applications, power management settings and features utilized. Battery recharge time depends on usage. ** for made4you customizing projects only
Operating temperatures: Relative humidity (non-condensing) 20% - 85% 20% - 85%, Ambient temperature 5° - 35° C 5° - 35° C
Dimensions / Weight: Dimensions (H x W x D) 39 x 360 x 260 mm 39 x 360 x 260 mm, Weight* 2.7 kg 2.7 kg, * Weight may vary depending on actual configuration
Certificates: CE Marking, R&TTE, RoHS, WHQL,
Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (XP drivers available for download)
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#1
Good one - typical when I purchase one, something better comes along!

Cheers, Dio
#2
seems good for the price as i need a new one. looking for one with "hdmi out" on , any one know if this does.
#3
The SIS chipset may be a problem, anyone tried before?
#4
Good spec, but i wouldnt go for those graphics
#5
Ideally a Core2Duo is what people should be now buying. Hav you seen the battery life on this? 1.33hrs!

Sorry but voted cold!
#6
The page up and page down either side of the arrow keys will drive you mad, trust me! I used a mate's Acer laptop which had the same keyboard layout and I commented on how annoying it was when using Word and I said he must be used to it having had it 3 years and he said no, he still finds it annoying as hell!

http://www.fujitsu-siemens.co.uk/Resources/1/1199388861.jpg
#7
I've not been impressed with the performance of pentium dual-core processors. I've not tried this model but I'd still rather spend the extra on a dual-core that hadn't been slugged. The quoted battery life doesn't make it much of a mobile computer.
#8
Just went back to see if the price had dropped on the following (http://www.ebuyer.com/product/133387) and yet again its come down. Gonna wait til xmas and see if its going for around £450! Brilliant spec...
#9
aj_aziz
Ideally a Core2Duo is what people should be now buying. Hav you seen the battery life on this? 1.33hrs!

Sorry but voted cold!


have one of these at work, and the battery is the only problem with it, and to be honest 1.33hrs is a little optimistic :-(
#10
true, the battery isn't the best - seems to be 4 cell.

on the other hand, the portability of a laptop is also the simplicity of being able to take it to work and back home everyday and you would always have a plug. i think you would be hard pushed to find these specs for under £400 anywhere else...
#11
aj_aziz
Just went back to see if the price had dropped on the following (http://www.ebuyer.com/product/133387) and yet again its come down. Gonna wait til xmas and see if its going for around £450! Brilliant spec...


£120 extra for the improved graphics, 250Gb disk, extended battery life and T7300 processor seems worth it if you can push the budget.
#12
Which one would you choose if you had to choose one?

This Fujitsu one or the HP...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=114109
#13
great laptop, poor battery life :(
#14
Given that there is a £30 cashback with the HP laptop, i think that the HP may be a better buy. It has less RAM, but it has the core2duo and a 6 cell battery...also, people seem to be posting cheap RAM for laptops every so often, so it wouldnt be too much to upgrade in the future.

i'll admit defeat i think.
#15
wombat6025
I've not been impressed with the performance of pentium dual-core processors. I've not tried this model but I'd still rather spend the extra on a dual-core that hadn't been slugged. The quoted battery life doesn't make it much of a mobile computer.


Nah the pentium dual cores aint that bad. The newer ones are based on the merom platform (not this particular one), and performance are close to the low end Core 2 Duo T5XXX. They are intel 64 capable and has all the speedstep malarky... no intel virtulization, but if you're after that sort of thing you wouldnt be looking into this budget catergory.

The Pentium Dual Core on the merom platform are great value chips for the money, great standard performance and much better than what AMD are offering...

:thumbsup:
#16
A couple of weeks back, I saw what I think was almost identical spec in Staples for same price (Certainly a Fujitsu with a dual core intel of some sort, 2gb and 15" screen). If they are still doing them might give people the option walking home with the thing there and then...
#17
Yeah, dont be sold on the impressive RAM, thats cheap to upgrade on laptops nowadays. £16-£20 for 1GB sticks

look at the stuff you can't upgrade, graphics for me is most important factor
#18
1.33 hours battery?

Ash
#19
ash.connor
1.33 hours battery?

Ash


if your lucky

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