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A powerful, lightweight and versatile device geared towards medium memory-intensive multi-taskers or the business/corporate individual.
Excellent battery life, superior specs packed into lightweight device, expandable memory/drives, unique button-based security options
Side vents get very warm, overall construction could be more solid, fairly loud hard drive operation, mediocre speakers
Left and right buttons above and below keypad
No external volume control
Pointing stick (isometric joystick)
Status indicators (including memory access, battery/power indicator) via monochrome LCD near top of keyboard
Intel Core 2 T7200 @ 2.00GHz, 128kB L1, 4,096kB L2 Cache
Microsoft XP Professional
Double Layer DVD Writer
80GB (5400 RPM) SATA HDD
14.1″ Crystal View XGA screen
Manufacturer Battery life: 4-5 hours
To Begin With
Fujitsu hasn’t been able to infiltrate the PC market as well as HP, Dell or Lenovo/IBM, and is recognized perhaps even less than Toshiba, but that should not deter you from taking this computer in your hands and, hopefully, buying it.
To call the Canon S3 IS a ‘point-and-shoot’ would be to akin to calling a BMW a town car.