Fujitsu Lifebook P5020 Review

Posted: Dec 4 2003, 11:21pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:50am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Fujitsu Lifebook P5020 Review
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DesignTechnica reviews the Fujitsu Lifebook P5020.

Quote: For those ready to wean themselves away from the bigger-is-always-better world of widescreen laptops, the Sony VAIO TR2A and Fujitsu Lifebook-P5010 are the class of the sub notebook market. But a combination of lower price and more removable-media options give the Lifebook an edge that ensures you get the portability you need without sacrificing flexibility. The Fujtisu Lifebook-P5010 is the BMW Cooper Mini of the laptop world. It's tiny frame and attractive looks hide the fact that it is feature-packed, easy to own, and for most exactly what is needed out on the road.
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The Fujitsu Lifebook P5020 sells starting at $1699.00 Amazon.com..

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