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Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook S6120

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      26.07.2005 21:36

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      A very capable machine. It's light, solid build quality is reassuring and performance is great.

      Summary:

      I have had a number of Fujitsu Siemens laptops. This is by far the best I have had and I can safely say that compared to many other makes and models it is outstanding.

      Likes:

      Ok so what do I like about it?

      Firstly, I specifically wanted one that I could use on the train without bothering other travellers. It is small enough to sit happily on my knees without encroaching on other people's space.

      Secondly, the build quality is amazing. Although it feels light it is not at all 'flimsy' and has a solid feel to it. The screen is of a good quality aswell, something not all laptops can claim.

      Thirdly, it runs for ages on a single full battery charge something that some of my previous machines could not accomplish.

      Fourthly, it came with a port extender / docking station so all I have to do when I get home is drop it into the interface flick the switch on my KVM and I can sit there with a proper keyboard, mouse and 17 inch TFT flat screen monitor - wonderful if you get frustrated untangling metres of cables everytime you want to connect it up at home.

      Any downside or dislikes?

      No not really. In fact I can't think of anything personally. I do know however that some people do find the mouse pad a bit awkward for long periods of use - but I don't really count that as it is easy to go and get a USB mouse. (Although it is difficult to use that 'on the move')

      Where do you use it?

      On the train
      In the office
      At home

      Features:

      It has everything (I think).

      I haven't used most of these - Bluetooth and Wireless - as I haven't had the need. Must be getting old.

      Mine has a built in CD writer - very useful for backing up those important files.

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