Fujitsu Lifebook S6210 Review: Form and Design

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  • Editor's Rating

    Ratings Breakdown (1-10)

      • Software & Support
      • 6
      • Upgrade Capabilities
      • 8
      • Usability
      • 9
      • Design
      • 9
      • Performance
      • 9
      • Features
      • 7
      • Price/Value Rating
      • 6
      • Total Score:
      • 7.71
      • Rating 1 to 10, top score 10

Table of Contents

OVERVIEW and Introduction
Reasons for Buying
Where and How Purchased
How the Laptop Comes Packaged
> Form and Design
Screen and Speakers
Processor and Performance
Keyboard and Touch-pad & Input and Output Ports
Wireless and Battery
Operating System and Software
Customer Support
Praises and Complaints

This picture shows the LifeBook in its folded form. The monitor casing is made of a metal material, it appears to be very durable.

This side profile view shows the thickness of the screen and also the side-thickness of the unit.


This view was taken for size comparison. The laptop is next to a common CD jewel case.


This is a picture of the AC adapter compared to the same CD case as in the prior picture, and also a tape measure.


This laptop looks good and comes in a great form factor. It’s not too big and bulky, but it’s also not too small and cumbersome. The weight of 3.6-4 lbs (depending on if the CD-ROM is in the bay or not) is very light At first I was surprised when I first picked up the unit–you won’t have a problem carrying around this little tyke.

Although this unit hasn’t been subjected to any abuse, the durability of the unit has proven to be great–I once accidentally bumped it across the side of my nightstand but it didn’t have any effect on the notebook. It’s been said that the bigger the laptop is, the more durable it can be since there is more room for strengthening of the unit. This unit is quite small, so if true, the Fujitsu can be expected to be slightly more fragile when compared to larger notebooks.

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