Summary: I ordered this at £340 as a replacement for my mother's old Toshiba which had suffered a broken screen. At that price it's a steal! Very high spec for the money I paid, but at the £426 it is as I write this review, I'd say it has a lot of competition, so shop around.
Summary: Very happy with this AH532 Lifebook, not owned a Fujitsu branded notebook or PC previously and my initial impressions are very good. It comes with an i5 processor and 4GB of RAM which is plenty for the average user.
Summary: Bought this for my mum several months ago. The only thing she's had trouble with is windows 8 as it's not as intuitive to use as Windows 7 was and sometimes jumps around the screen, e.g. randomly deleting text. Very frustrating!
Summary: Excellent! Great price for specs. fast, good for simple gaming !!! incuding Minecraft. Would recommend! Disk drive isn't to sturdy when open but does the job. Quite heavy but isn't too much. Lots of USB ports (4) so lots of room for connecting a mouse etc. Looks professional and clean.
Summary: This is a perfect computer for person which needs an extra laptop at home and is really on low budget. With the price £299 including P&P it is really an excellent deal. It was even delivered way before the first estimated date.
Summary: This. Laptop has very good specs. for the money and is well put together (ie.sturdy) although aesthetically the black matt plastic finish is a little basic, that can be overlooked at the price.
Excellent Laptop but annoying secure boot is an annoying feature
6 February 2013
Summary: Great laptop for price and specs, great if you just want to use windows 8 as a standard and dont have the need to run another OS's or other out of the box discs to boot from as this computer comes standard with secure boot switched on which means its very difficult to boot from any disk that is not...