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7.7* out of 10

Fujitsu LifeBook LH531

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Overall 8
7.9
Performance 9
8.9
Battery performance 9
8.5
Display 7
7.4
Weight 9
8.6
Noise 8
8.3
Gaming performance 7
6.6
Connectivity 7
6.7
Keyboard 9
8.5
Temperature 9
8.6

Review Fujitsu Lifebook LH531 Notebook

Notebookcheck
17 June 2011
  • Summary: Price breaker. While everyone is into slim line with aluminum looks, Fujitsu brings out a roundly 14 incher with a matt screen for use out in the sun. It is the cheapest Core i5 in 13 and 14 inches for starting at 549 euros.
  • Pros: Good TFT brightness, Screen AR coated, Good typing feedback, Strong battery life, Low power consumption, Good application performance, Matt display, combined with a strong battery life and a feasible keyboard.
  • Cons: Few interfaces, Narrow viewing angles, Yielding case, Loud mouse keys, Loud during load, Quiet and smooth mouse keys would be great for the typing center of operations. The base unit could do with a bit more stiffness.
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Overall 8
7.9
Performance 9
8.9
Battery performance 9
8.5
Display 7
7.4
Weight 9
8.6
Noise 8
8.3
Gaming performance 7
6.6
Connectivity 7
6.7
Keyboard 9
8.5
Temperature 9
8.6

Review Fujitsu Lifebook LH531 Notebook

Notebookcheck
17 June 2011
  • Summary: Price breaker. While everyone is into slim line with aluminum looks, Fujitsu brings out a roundly 14 incher with a matt screen for use out in the sun. It is the cheapest Core i5 in 13 and 14 inches for starting at 549 euros.
  • Pros: Good TFT brightness, Screen AR coated, Good typing feedback, Strong battery life, Low power consumption, Good application performance, Matt display, combined with a strong battery life and a feasible keyboard.
  • Cons: Few interfaces, Narrow viewing angles, Yielding case, Loud mouse keys, Loud during load, Quiet and smooth mouse keys would be great for the typing center of operations. The base unit could do with a bit more stiffness.
  • Read full review