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Fujitsu LifeBook N3510 Review

HardwareCentral
1 July 2005
  • Conclusion: In addition to the InterVideo TV- and DVD-watching and home-video-DVD-creating programs, the LifeBook comes with Sonic's RecordNow, Microsoft Works, the trial versions of Quicken and Norton AntiVirus 2005, and a cute corner-of-screen CD player. The battery pack lasts long enough to watch a movie, though not long enough to last through a long workday or transcontinental flight; our unplugged sessions averaged between two and two and a quarter hours depending on disk and...
  • Pros: A desktop replacement with solid performance and an outstanding, CRT-rivaling wide-aspect-ratio display
  • Cons: Somewhat bulky and heavy; battery life merely OK, Instant MyMedia a poor alternative to provided Windows TV/DVD/CD software
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Fujitsu N3510 Centrino (Intel 915PM)

Hardware Zone
10 September 2006
  • Conclusion: Beyond the functionality and features of notebooks, the most important factor considered by anyone interested in getting a notebook is still portability. While the value of the portability varies with different classes of notebooks, there is still a minimum level of compromise to be expected in each category of notebooks. The Fujitsu N3510 was a competent multimedia notebook and that much was clear from our usage.
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Overall 7
7.0

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
4 February 2006
  • Summary: With its great screen, notable multimedia features, and robust configuration, this LifeBook can help you achieve a nice balance between work and fun.
  • Pros: Stunning display, innovative colour filter, good performance
  • Cons: Glare in high-light environments
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