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I am using the laptop now as I type this and I have owned it for just under a year now. I was supposed to get a lower spec model but had this delivered instead as there was none of the other laptops in stock. I didn't mind because this looks nicer and is a lot better than the other.
It has a large 15.4 inch TFT widescreen, with a crystal clear display. Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 250GB hard drive.
It comes loaded with Windows Vista operating system, which I find fine, but will soon be upgrading to Windows 7... as soon as my dad finds his disc!!
The laptop has 3 usb ports, and numerous other slots for inserting memory cards etc..
It has an Express card slot, VGA port, DC in jack, microphone, speaker/headphone line out jack.
It has a DVD drive.
You can get this laptop with a built in 1.3MP webcam although for some reason I don't have this!!
This is a fantastic laptop, but the thing that lets it down is the battery life, it's quite poor, fully charged you'd probably get 60 - 90 mins use beofre it needs recharging, you can buy better batteries but I have don't use it outside the home so haven't bothered.
When closed the laptop shell is silver and looks sleek and modern it has the Fujitsu Siemens logo in the middle.
I paid around £500 for it. Shop around and you'd more than likely pick it up cheaper.
I think it has a really good memory, I have loaded hundreds of photo's etc. on to it, and games etc and it's still fine, and I havent needed to take anything off.
It can connect to the internet wirelessly and can connect to Wi-Fi.
It's not a bad laptop I must admit, but it's probably not the best either. I know it doesn't really compare to the laptop my brother has recently bought, but he paid over £1500 for it.
I think if you are looking into getting a laptop you need to know what you want to use it for, for instance, do you just want it for doing simple things such as using the internet for browsing or do you want to play games and go online for gaming? You need to work out your budget and if I was you I would go for what ever the highest is you can afford to spend. There's no point scrimping on something that you will probably use every day.