Fujitsu Lifebook S752 Review

Fujitsu Lifebook S752Fujitsu Lifebook S752 comes with a balanced, yet rather unspectacular design. It is an overall decent machine, which leaves little room for complains and disappointments. Although Fujitsu doesn’t use metal materials, the chassis feels really rigid. The conventional keyboard design features ergonomic-shaped keys and the company seems to emphasize more on delivering a low-noise solution.

The Intel Core i3 2328M processor and 2GB of DDR3 RAM are more than enough for basic computing tasks.  In return, the 14” 1366 x 768 display is difficult to use outdoor as it doesn’t look bright enough. The laptop comes with built-in Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity and it supports optional LTE modem.

The Fujitsu Lifebook S752 is treated with a high-resolution full HD camera, which should delight users with low-noise video calls. The Intel HD Graphics 3000 should cope well with basic multimedia tasks, such as 1080p video playback. Gaming performance is mediocre, with Diablo III scoring only at 24fps at high detail settings. The notebook supports more than 6 hours of continuous web browsing through WiFi and nearly 5 hours of non-stop DVD playback.

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