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Testseek.co.uk have collected 12 expert reviews of the Fujitsu LifeBook E8210 and the average rating is 72%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Fujitsu LifeBook E8210.
 
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The editors liked

  • Big
  • High-resolution display
  • Corporate-level security hardware
  • Full-size keyboard with dual pointing devices
  • Plenty of ports
  • Integrated 3G support
  • Fingerprint recognition
  • 15.4in. widescreen display
  • Very good performance

The editors didn't like

  • Merely average battery life
  • No multimedia controls
  • Tinny speakers
  • Runs hot
  • Expensive
  • Not the most portable of notebooks
  • Moderate battery life even with optional second battery fitted

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  Published: 2007-06-12, review by: itreviews.com

  • Abstract:  well-connected business laptop with built-in 3G: What the mobile corporate user needs most from a laptop is the ability to connect to the office wherever he or she happens to be. Fujitsu Siemens flagship E8210 not only features wireless connectivity, but...

 
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  Published: 2006-08-23, review by: CNET.co.uk

  • Big, high-resolution display; corporate-level security hardware; full-size keyboard with dual pointing devices; plenty of ports
  • Merely average battery life; no multimedia controls; tinny speakers; runs hot
  • The Fujitsu LifeBook E8210 is by no means exciting, flashy or inexpensive, but it does offer serious performance and security at a competitive price ...

 
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  Published: 2006-08-01, review by: alphr.com

  • Abstract:  The flexible 3G implemetation is tempting, but the poor battery life and screen quality lessen the appeal On paper, theres a lot to tempt the mobile business user to this latest Lifebook E8210. Not least because, like Acers Aspire 5652WLMi, it comes...

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  Published: 2006-04-26, review by: zdnet.co.uk

  • Integrated 3G support, Fingerprint recognition, 15.4in. widescreen display, Very good performance
  • Expensive, Not the most portable of notebooks, Moderate battery life even with optional second battery fitted
  • The feature-packed LifeBook E8210 contains one feature weve not seen before: integrated 3G connectivity. This dual-core desktop replacement performs extremely well, although its battery life is only moderate...

 
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  Published: 2007-07-11, review by: about.com/compute

  • Abstract:  Fujitsu LifeBook E8210 Thin and Light Notebook5/8/07 – Fujitsus LifeBook series of notebooks are clearly geared towards the corporate environment. This is evident with their LifeBook E8210 thin and light notebook computer. Technically Fujitsu classi...

 
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  Published: 2006-08-18, review by: Laptopmag.com

  • Solid performance, Sturdy, stylish design, Lots of security features, Discrete graphics
  • Rear-mounted USB ports difficult to reach

 
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  Published: 2006-08-11, Author: Andrew , review by: cnet.com

  • Big, high-resolution display; corporate-level security hardware; full-size keyboard with dual pointing devices; plenty of ports.
  • Merely average battery life; no multimedia controls; tinny speakers; runs hot.
  • The Fujitsu LifeBook E8210 is by no means exciting, flashy, or inexpensive, but it does offer serious performance and security at a competitive price.

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  Published: 2006-04-24, Author: Riyad , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Abstract:  Mobile connectivity is something that has become vital to the modern workforce; a fact that Intel capitalised on brilliantly with the introduction of its Centrino platform. But even with the staggering amount of WiFi hotspots that have appeared over the p...

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  Published: 2008-08-07, review by: gadgetguy.com.au

  • Lean and sophisticated design. Lightweight, with a good CPU. Extra security with fingerprint reader.
  • Unimpressive graphics chip. Battery life could be better. Superfluous mouse controller.
  • If you have a job to do and dont want to be distracted by foolish PC-based pursuits such as gaming, then this is the machine for you. As mentioned previously, it has comparable build quality and performance to the MacBook Pro, but costs $200 less and ...

 
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  Published: 2007-04-20, review by: goodgearguide.com.au

  • Good performance, attractive design, reasonable price point
  • Nothing worth noting The Final Word If you are in the market for a good all-round notebook, the Fujistu E8210S will suit your needs.
  • If you are in the market for a good all-round notebook, the Fujistu E8210S will suit your needs.

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