Summary: Oh dear. What has happened to Fujitsu? My last laptop was the Fujitsu AH530 which was unbelievably well built and a real piece of quality hardware for the price. When eventually I wore it out I decided to spend a little more again to get the Fujitsu A544.
Summary: Good machine, fast and, so far, reliable. Comes with back-up discs, a big plus; battery, although not extensively tested, doesn't appear to be quite as good as advertised and occasionally, inexplicably, the cursor jumps about a bit.
Summary: This laptop is of really nice quality. It has a large enough screen that it can fit in my bag well. The i5 processor is a pretty powerful piece of kit and means that everything runs pretty smoothly.
Summary: Had mine for almost a month now, great laptop, should not offer you any problems. Contrast is a bit low, and the speakers are flat, but you are getting what you're paying for, and for that it's simply great value for money.
Unfortunately I had to send this laptop back hence the ...
23 November 2014
Summary: Unfortunately I had to send this laptop back hence the one star rating. After two days it became obvious something was very wrong with this laptop. It took an absolute age to load up and then after five minutes of usage it completely froze. Only solution 'control, alt, delete'.
Laptop perfect for three days before keyboard 'froze' and nothing worked
Amazon Customer, Amazon
14 August 2014
Summary: Laptop perfect for three days before keyboard 'froze' and nothing worked. Forced a re-start but later when opening DVD drawer this repeatedly caused further crashes. Have two other Fujitsu laptops, one Amilo some 11hrs old - no problem.