However, if you’re looking to supply staff with a basic, all-rounder, this laptop has a lot to offer. Things are better when it comes to networking, where an You’ll be able to get over three hours of use from this machine between charges, making it a good tool for the commuter. Fujitsu Siemens’ Esprimo range is designed for the business user, with products offering mobility, strength and usability. Apple Mac Mini review: VAT is the company’s latest entry-level machine aimed at the small business rather than the consumer.
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Our Verdict When compared to similarly-priced rivals, this laptop isn’t very tempting, but if you really are tight on funds,it could still be worth your consideration.
Fujitsu Siemens Esprimo Mobile V notebook – Pocket-lint
Things are better when it comes to networking, where an The keys feel a little loose when typing, but you’ll quickly grow accustomed to the rather soft action.
For Good battery life Affordable Sturdy design. Build quality is good, and the rather conservative-looking chassis is one of the stronger designs we’ve seen. Our Verdict An understated but pleasing laptop intended for the business user.
Fujitsu Siemens’ Esprimo range is designed for the business user, with products offering mobility, strength and usability. Our pick of the top Chrome OS laptops. TechRadar pro IT insights for business. VAT is the company’s latest entry-level machine aimed at the small business rather than the consumer. When compared to similarly-priced rivals, this laptop isn’t very tempting, but if you really are tight on funds,it could still be worth your consideration.
The Fujitsu Siemens Esprimo Mobile V isn’t an all-round disappointing laptop and is still worth a look for corporate users on a tight of budget. We found the build quality to be more than acceptable, with plenty of protection behind the screen, as well as solid palm rests. Fujitsu Siemens has an ever increasing range of notebooks and while it pitches its Lifebook range at the more mobile-focused end of the market, those looking for a workhorse machine on a budget will be well served by the Esprimo range.
While designed for regular mobile use, we managed to record a battery life, under test, of minutes, which is more than acceptable when you consider this was in High Performance mode.
It runs at 1. The keyboard is of a good size.
c5505 With this is mind, it is fitted with an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. Perhaps the most appealing aspect of this machine is the keyboard.
However, images tend to look a little flat. News Mpbile Insights TechRadar. The panel uses an integrated graphics chip, so you won’t be able to run games or high-end applications, but for average tasks, including watching DVDs, it was more than acceptable. Instead, there is a standard VGA-out port for connecting to analogue devices.
The T chip is a budget processor, so the Windows Vista Business operating system doens’t load as quickly or as smoothly as we would have liked. Mbile it comes to battery life, we managed to get well over 3 hours from a full charge. When it came to using the Esprimo out and about, we found it a highly versatile machine. It sits squarely in the middle of the case and the keys are of a good size. Weighing in at 2. For Lightweight Sturdy build Decent battery mobiile.
The 80GB hard drive offers restricted storage space, and this machine betrays its budget price when it comes to features.
The same goes for the 80GB hard drive, which is fine for most occasions, but if you were looking at using this notebook long-term, then more space would be welcome. The lid has sufficient padding and there was little give, so it will comfortably protect the laptop’s screen during transit.
Fujitsu Siemens Esprimo Mobile V5505
You’ll be able to get over three hours of use from this machine between charges, making it a good tool for the commuter. This makes it fairly robust and light. Open the lid and you’ll find a If you place the laptop in Power Saver mode, you can easily expect a further 30 minutes.