Review: Fujitsu LifeBook P8010 (NotebookReview)

Fujitsu LifeBook P8010 Kevin over at has published a review of the Fujitsu LifeBook P8010.

The P8010 is kind of flying under the radar for many people (and companies) – it’s not getting the attention of the MacBook Air or the ThinkPad X300, but perhaps it should.

It has a 12.1″ LED-backlit display, very good battery life (due in no small part to it’s Intel SL7100 Low Voltage CPU, running at 1.2GHz, with 4MB of L2 Cache), an internal optical drive, and yet manages to weigh in at under three pounds (1.22kg) with the standard battery.

Kevin managed to get six hours with 60% brightness, and a “balanced” power profile with the standard battery.

It also has a spill-resistant keyboard (not that any of us ever spill anything around our laptops, right?)

Full review at

1 thought on “Review: Fujitsu LifeBook P8010 (NotebookReview)”

  1. I agree the P8010 is flying under the radar…totally overshadowed by the MBA and X300, despite being IMNSHO a better laptop than both. So far, the only nit I can pick about the P8010 is that it has no external LED to tell me that it’s charging or to let me know when it’s done charging (my Panasonic Toughbook had both, even had a 5-LED strip to tell me how much battery was left without having to turn on the laptop…that’s nice). But I can live with that for all the other advantages this lappie offers.

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