Summary: Believe it or not this is a chick magnet of sorts. It's a tablet and you can write on it in a program called Notepad. It will convert your notes to text (if you write neat enough). You can also flip the screen around, and lay the screen flat over the keyboard.
Summary: nothing but problems with my purchase, 4 times the monitor has gone out on me,
they sent me a new laptop and that one went out on me also
I've never had one work for more than 3 months
finally they just said tough luck and refused to take care of their own garbage
so I'm out $1500 and stuck with a...
Summary: Wife has one and it has been totally reliable - N series Lifebook. Outstanding video display, which is what sold her on the unit. Only negative is I have had problems doing some DVD copying with the combo drive.
Summary: I think the English translation for Fujitsu means non working piece of crap. I have had nothing but problems with mine. Most recently I lost all my notes needed for upcoming test due to the machine deciding it no longer wanted to start up.
Summary: This is impressive... I don't own one but find it most surprsing that my mother was given a Fujitsu to replace her Toshiba at one of the world's top business school's, just before her trip to Beijing to interview some prospective MBA's.
Summary: I own a Fujitsu LifeBook 790FX. I especially like the fact that it came with a three year warranty/guarantee. I've had to send it in once. I've also had to have the CDROM drive replaced but overall I find it a pretty durable, dependable unit.
Summary: I love my Lifebook! It's dark blue, has a great, unique pointing system (eraser and touchpad are too fast for me), and has an incredible quality screen- better than the monitor I have at home. It is kind of heavy- but 3 yr. excellent service warranty makes up for that.