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    Cheapest pice on a Fujitsu Lifebook S792?

    I am tossing up between a 17" MSI quad core weapon and a Fujitsu Lifebook S792(L00S792AUEGR40040) two very different computers and I know I won't be 100% happy with either but I sorta want the Fujitsu.

    Can anyone find an i7 3632QM processor S792 under $1600? That's where my money runs out, haha!

    Fujitsu Lifebook S762 i7-3632, 8GB, 256GB, 13.3 inch AGHD, QM77, W8P, WS, 3Y, L00S792AUEGR40040 [L00S792AUEGR40040] - $1,706.00 : pcntech

    Pretty average specs for the price but being able to run a port replicator, or a second battery, HDD and have a remote control for media based stuff and last but not least you can slide a projector in to the modular bay


    LIFEBOOK S792


    If a solid, lightweight and fully-equipped notebook for mobile or office-based working is what you require, the S792 should be your first choice. This 1.58kg* notebook provides the right balance between mobility and ease of use with its small form factor, and robust magnesium lid. The modular bay options allow for increased battery runtime, a second hard disk drive and Fujitsu’s optional patented bay projector guarantee you maximum flexibility on business trips.






    • Enhanced productivity and work performance with new IntelŽ 3rd Generation Core™ processors. IntelŽ VPro™ technology provides better security and IT assets management.
    • Windows 7 Professional makes your everyday computing easier on your LIFEBOOK S792.
    • Extended usage of 11hrs and 30mins with the standard 72Wh battery; Slimmer and lighter at approximately 1.58kg* with the magnesium alloy LCD cover; Vibrant display with the 300 nits WXGA (1366x768) LCD.
    • Lower total cost of ownership with modular bay accessories: Bay Battery, Weight Saver, Blu-Ray writer, or Bay Projector. Port replicator further increases the convenience when working interchangeably at desk and on the move.
    • Unique Fujitsu Green IT features - 0 watt AC adaptor, ECO mode. 0 watt AC adaptor consumes up to 99% less power compared to standard AC adaptors. ECO mode allow S792 to adjust the power consumption of hardware and LCD backlight according to the working environment.
    • Speed up your everyday work by improving the boot up and response performance with the secondary optional mSATA 32GB SSD drive. Alternatively, choose the ExpressCard option for more expandability or choose the SmartCard option to suit the security needs.
    • Enjoy high quality videos with the NVIDIAŽ GeForceŽ GT 640M LE with Optimus™ technology with 2GB dedicated video memory and DTS Boost™ sound system.
    • Human-centric design with the 1080p Full HD webcam. S792 senses your face to resume / pause video playback with the Face Sense utility, in addition to recording high resolution, 1080p Full HD videos.
    • Stays connected to the internet and achieve faster data transfer with the new 4G/LTE module option.





    *with Hard Disk Drive (HDD) and Weight Saver option



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    That's one small screen! I think my last laptop a Toshiba was only 11.6" and that wasn't as bad as it sounds, but that was October 2010 and before the tablet revolution and the smaller the laptop the cheaper, think at the time it was about $350 and it could render smooth video and do a good job opening 2TB photo projects.

    The next model to replace it a few years later was about 4 times the price! Moved back to 15.6" laptops, which I don't like as much for portability.

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    In the end if you can plug a HD monitor into it, an external keyboard and a mouse doesn't matter too much about screen size, just as long as the video card can power the large monitor, some can't.

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    I am actually thinking of setting my current laptop up permanently connected to the TV, it has a port replicator so you can leave the computer closed and connected to the TV. Would work well as I only have 120GB in this computer and could leave the other HDDs permanently connected, 120GB doesn't take long to fill up
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    Quote Originally Posted by fool View Post
    120GB doesn't take long to fill up
    Yeah 60 - 2GB photo projects takes care of that pretty quickly and then the scratch disk for photoshop to run need at least 40GB!

    I've got towers of external harddrives and a desktop to do really serious graphics work (you wouldn't believe it looking at this website... but that's cause I want people to get info quick and easy and not be like far too many graphic heavy websites).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gav View Post
    In the end if you can plug a HD monitor into it, an external keyboard and a mouse doesn't matter too much about screen size, just as long as the video card can power the large monitor, some can't.
    That's a 762, very similar but has a lower spec(but same res) screen and a couple of other things, pretty sure I can get this for my current Lifeboo, it slides in the vacant express card slot-


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    This is a quick vid of what the modular bay projector does, this is better than the English version.


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    That's awesome, I went and saw one of my heroes (Lee Durrell, widow of Gerald Durrell) last night and she used a Lifebook for doing a presentation, but it was in a lecture theatre so didn't need anything like that, but man that would have been useful in a small hall or a camera club!

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    Haha, cool, they are used in business and quite a bit of POS stuff is Fujitsu, pretty sure my local Coles is all Fujitsu, they also do a lot of work with Siemens in the UK in Aus we get mostly the Japanese stuff which for some stupid reason rarely comes with graphics cards



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