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Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook S7220

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      04.08.2010 23:17
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      A great business laptop with plenty of power.

      This is my main work laptop and I've had a few months.
      This machine is used heavily and pushed to its limits heavily, its been upgraded to 4gb Ram and 500gb disk. This is purely down to running large virtual machines and not down to lacking of hardware.
      The machine is a very well built machine, mine is branding Fujitsu only as Fujitsu Siemens no longer exists.
      The keyboard is a delight to use the keys have a nice amount of travel and bounce that you know you have hit a key and not get tired from typing.
      The screen is crystal clear and supports a high resolution, while the touch pad can be annoying when typing accidentally hitting it causing the mouse to jump around the screen. You can disable the bad while typing or just use the pointer one but I find never usefull.
      The drivers supplied are stable and the power on password keeps the machine safe from the casual thief. The quick keys near the power button can be setup for hotkeys but I never use them
      The selection of ports is good, except the dumb placement of the usb ports front bottom right and middle bottom left. You wouldn't plug a mouse in and want to use it anywhere near these would you.
      Battery life is good about 3 hours with moderate load.
      Its pretty heavy so not a one you want to carry all over the place but light enough to do the odd road trip.

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