The combination of a Core 2 Duo SU9400, 2GB of memory and Intel GMA 4500MHD integrated graphics allowed the LifeBook P8020 to return to reasonable scores in our benchmarks. In PCMark05 it notched up an overall score of 2,894 – this is just below what Sony's Vaio TT achieved, which is something of a surprise, since the TT is powered by a slightly slower processor, the SU9300.
Longer bars are better
Anbd if it's anything like any other Fujitsu....
....it'll fall apart after three months daily use.
Also, that looks truly dreadful. Alll the innate style of a house brick.
Some kind of joke?
So low powered chips (CPU and GPU), poor res screen, chunky build and tacky plastic now equal premium price?
Nearly 1800 and no BluRay?
Wow... What a wasted opportunity for them.
I have a Philips freevents X67, which is really a twinhead f11y.
Core duo u2400 @ 1.06ghz
2gb ddr 667mhz
11.1" glossy TFT 1366*768
Did have Vista Home Pre now got legal Xp Home
120gb sata HD
Cost new £850
looks loads better than this fuji netbook come decent laptop
But no bluetooth or finger print reader.
I only paid £240+£25 to re'cell the battery.
only 1.6kg plus 400g for mains cable. but still over a grand cheaper
Ye frickin' gods ...
... my first thoughts were "Jesus Christ, that's fugly", even before I looked at the price tag. It actually looks like the old ThinkPad that was my first laptop many, many moons ago. Except that the ThinkPad was probably a bit more svelte than this brick.
Good call with the 'glossy' finish too - I've recently acquired a Dell Studio desktop with a similar glossy black finish and, sure as eggs is eggs, it's a magnet for dust, fingermarks etc.
At this price point, it'd be MacBook Pro FTW (SWMBO has an aluminium MBP and, apart from the horrible Spectrum-esque keyboard, it is a very *very* nice machine)