This product is suitable for the businessman who emphasized comforts and completeness compared in terms of portability. The figure of Lifebook E751 fairly thick might be considered a gaming laptop with high specifications. However, this assumption is clearly false. Because the notebook is apparently prepared for users who need a lot of facilities at work, not to play games.
With a 15.6 “that supports full-HD resolution (1920×1080 pixels), of visual display will look pleasing to the eye. However only adopt Intel HD3000 graphics chip, E751 is ideal for running various multimedia files only. Therefore, it is less suitable for running 3D games.
Large areas in the Lifebook E751 allows placement of a full-size keyboard. This coupled the presence of numeric keys that are generally not available in full-sized notebooks 14″ down. A similar component trackpoint protruding part on the keyboard area. Unfortunately, the touchpad is in our opinion it is too narrow for a notebook of this size. Position touchpad is also located slightly to the left so that it will cause awkwardness. But we suspect the touchpad position shift is presumably intended to prevent your palms exposed to heat from notebook.
As a business notebook generally, Lifebook E751 come with features such as shortcuts to access technical assistance (including recovery), the transition to a power-saving eco option, locking fast access rights and security facilities such as fingerprint and SmartCard. Notebook also use Core i5-2520M with Intel vPro features that support security in network access. In addition, the optical drive in notebook devices could easily removable plug. Even Fujitsu provide a replacement device such as an extra battery or a projector that can be inserted into the slot.
As a business notebook great sailing, Lifebook E751 favor relieved screen to run a variety of applications. Of course, this large body less mobility. Therefore, its presence is more focused as a replacement PC on the desk.
With a very similar specification, the Lifebook S561 screen size 13.3″ is the appropriate comparison to E751 with a 15.6″. Looks performance is very similar. In the performance of the battery, the LifeBook E751 looks more wasteful due to the wider screen.
|Testing Platform||Fujitsu Lifebook S561 (Intel i5-2520M 2.50 GHz, RAM 4 GB DDR3-1333, Intel HD Graphics, 63 Wh battery, 13.3-inch)||Fujitsu Lifebook E751 (Intel Core i5-2520M 2.50 GHz, RAM 4 GB DDR3-1333, Intel HD Graphics, 80 Wh battery, 15.6-inch)|
|SYSmark 2012 V184.108.40.206||114||113|
|PCMark7 Professional Edition v1.0.4||2271||2252|
|video encoding||21 minutes 57 seconds||21 minutes 53 seconds|
|audio encoding||1 minute 25 seconds||1 minute 25 seconds|
|Playing HD Video||2 hours 31 minutes||1 hour 53 minutes|
|Battery Eater (Text)||6 hours 44 minutes||3 hours 49 minutes|
|processor||Intel Core i5-2520M (2.5 GHz, 3 MB L2 Cache)|
|memory||4 GB DDR3 1333 MHz|
|chipset||Intel QM67 Express|
|Graphics Card||Intel HD3000|
|sound card||Realtek ALC269|
|Hard Drive||500 GB SATA|
|screen||15.6 inch LED display, 1600×900 pixel resolution|
|facilities||WiFi b/g/n, LAN, modem (RJ-11), card reader (4-in-1), USB 2.0 (2 pieces), USB 3.0 (1 piece), eSATA Combo +, COM port, ExpressCard, SmartCard , Bluetooth 3.0, 1.3 MP Webcam, VGA-out, DisplayPort, fingerprint.|
|Operating System||Windows 7 Professional 64-bit|
|dimension||37.2 x 24.5 x 3.8 cm|
|Guarantee||3 years (1 year + 2 years local international)|
|Price range*||$ 1490|
Plus: Lots of connectivity, there is business support facilities; Full size keyboard; optical drive is easily replaceable; 3-year warranty.
Minus: Graphic standards; narrow touchpad area, the price is rather expensive.
Score Assessment - Performance: 3.8 - Facilities: 4.75 - Usage: 4.25 - Price: 2 - Total Score: 3.82