Fujitsu Lifebook S6210 Review: Screen and Speakers

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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 Crystal View display is one of the primary reasons for purchasing the Fujitsu laptop. I cannot express enough how much I love this display–it is beautiful. I’ve never seen a monitor as clear and brilliant as this one. The display quality surpasses my $350 NEC LCD, and my $200 KDS CRT; both are currently connected to my desktop computer–yes it’s that good!


A camera just can’t pick up on the true brilliance of this display. I recommend viewing one of these in person at a store.

 


The only complaint that I’ve READ (not experienced!) about the display is that it can be too reflective. I had to take this picture of the screen at a very obscure angle to exaggerate the refection. If you are viewing the screen straight on you won’t notice much reflection, no matter if indoors or out.

Also seen in the picture above are the speakers. The speakers on this unit are your average, run of the mill laptop speakers. When turned up, these speakers are high pitched (unpleasant to the ears) and loud. I recommend a good pair of headphones to use with this unit, or external speakers even for that matter.

 

Onto processor performance. Next Page>>


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