Fujitsu is one of the few remaining companies in the world that designs and manufactures its own notebooks from the ground up. Its LifeBook products are split up into various series: Affinity, or A Series, which are the company's entry-level 15in notebooks; Excellence, or E Series, which are 15in performance notebooks; Personality, or P Series, which are 12in performance notebooks; Sophistication, or S Series, which are stylish 13in and 14in performance notebooks; Transcend, or T Series, which are tablet-convertible PCs; and Urban, or U Series, which are 3G-capable ultramobile PCs.
Fujitsu is one of the leading brands in the tablet-convertible PC space (its T Series) and it's also a player in the ultramobile PC space (its U Series). It's one of the companies we name first when we're asked which notebook companies are most innovative; this is because of products like the uber-small LifeBook UH900 and the TH700 dual-digitiser tablet PC.
In general, what you can expect from a Fujitsu notebook is good build quality, plenty of features and lots of style, but also a high price tag (although the company has recently released better value products). This round-up includes all of the Fujitsu LifeBook notebook reviews we've conducted this year, including the afore-mentioned LifeBook UH900 tablet-convertible LifeBook TH700.
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The Fujitsu LifeBook P3010 is an attractive, highly portable notebook that can be purchased for $899. It's not very powerful, and its battery life is short, but it's not designed to be a powerhouse. For creating office documents, watching videos and browsing the Web, it will be fine.
- Review Date:
- 12th Feb., 2010
- Elias Plastiras
- Fujitsu Australia