Summary: High priced plastic. The keyboard is screaming 'capral tunnel'. there is no resistance whatsoever. the makers are so ignorant that they did not put the markers on the index finger keys (that have been on all keyboards to enable ten-finger typing).
Summary: I bought a Fujitsu Lifebook a few years ago. They refused to reimburse me for the computer or replace it when I spilled water on the Keyboard. The keyboard had a sign on it saying it was "spill proof". I filed a complaint but all that happens is you get a lot of polite Customer Service wage slaves that are base their decisions which tied to legal statutes that are in favor of the billionaire investors in Fujitsu holding company. Don't buy Fujitsu.
Overpriced, underpowered, screen resolution is low, trackpad is terrible, keyboard is abysmal.
E. Deegan, Amazon
5 October 2013
Summary: I bought one of these as for business use. I needed something with a bit of performance but relatively lightweight for travel. As it had an i5 CPU and an SSD I thought this would be ideal. Within a day of it arriving, I sent it back for a refund. Firstly, the performance is lacklustre at best. Considering it has an i5 and an SSD drive, the amount of time it spent doing absolutely nothing while thrashing the disk light was unacceptable.