Fujitsu LifeBook S6210 Review: Processor and Performance

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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
Conclusion

The performance of the Intel Centrino 1.6ghz mobile Banias processor is excellent. For example I ran a benchmarking program that calculates Pi (you know, that special math number, 3.14…) to the millionth decimal point. The processor crunched this calculation in an amazing 1 minute flat. Why amazing do you ask? Because my gaming desktop (AMD Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2.2ghz / 512mb ram) crunched the same calculation in 48 seconds.

This may be arguable but how I see it, the AMD 64 desktop running at 2200mhz is 27.272% faster (In terms of Mhz) than the Intel Centrino laptop running at 1600mhz. The kicker is that the AMD 64 desktop only beat the laptop by 20% (in terms of seconds), which leaves a efficiency difference of 7.272%, which favors the Intel Centrino — this little processor packs a big punch!

 

Onto the keyboard and touch-pad, and other input/output ports. Next Page>>


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