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    Fujitsu S752 14.1" i5-3320M Lifebook under $900!

    Great price from Warcom, this is a last gen unit but hey it's a laptop and there's no point in buying a fancy laptop as a cheap laptop will demolish it. i5 decent battery life, ability to add a second battery in the DVD bay(I get 10hrs from a different Fujitsu) docking station and I assume a 3year next business day warranty.

    http://www.warcom.com.au/products/54...cd9a552299d121Fujitsu S752 14.1" i5-3320M Lifebook


    Fujitsu S752 14.1" i5-3320M Lifebook

    Increase storage or battery life with the extra modular bay!

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    [TD]Our Price: $869.66
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    Protect your company data against unauthorized third-party access. View classified documents securely and visibly on the S752’s 14-inch Anti-Glare High-Definition Backlit LED display. Have a complete peace of mind in your data protection with the full suite of sophisticated security features, including the optional Trusted Platform Module, BIOS Lock, Hard Disk Lock, LIFEBOOK Lock, Anti-theft Lock, Fujitsu 3D Shock Sensor and Radio-Frequency Fingerprint Sensor, which also eliminates the need for multiple passwords.
    Stay connected wherever you are; wireless connectivity, anytime ,anywhere. Enjoy superior speed in data transfers with the new embedded optional 4G/LTE1 module or 3G/UMTS, essential in the highly networked commercial world nowadays.
    Prevent office mishaps with the spill-resistant keyboard and lower the total cost of ownership (TOC) with the Port Replicator and Modular Bay Device. Benefit from the modular bay device and share optional Bay Battery, Blu-Ray writable drive, Dual Layer DVD Super Multi writer, Weight Saver and a second hard disk drive with other compatible LIFEBOOKS such as the S752. Attain greater flexibility and productivity by connecting to multiple devices simultaneously with the Port Replicator option, ideal for the workplace.
    Be at ease with the Spill-resistant Keyboard that works as a buffer to prevent liquid from reaching the device's motherboard.
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    Fujitsu laptops have been brilliant for me, up there as one of my longest lasting laptops, I'm hard on them and current one is over 2 years old (October 5th 2012). Previous laptops have lasted a year HP, Toshiba 2 laptops: 1.5 and 2 years, Dell 2 laptops 2 years (1 whilst having a desktop). IBM currently still top with 4 years, but at the time I had a desktop too so it only got half the use and had to replace the mouse.

    So overall the Fujitsu is probably he winner for amount of use and length of time. Was also a good price! Early Dell laptop was around $4,000 my Fujitsu was around $800.

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    Also the warranty is awesome, I rang up asking what I could do in regards to RAM and HDD upgrades and was told I can open the computer and use any brand of component as long as they are compatible without voiding the warranty. I ended up with a Fujitsu SSD as they were the cheapest at the time and for some reason haven't upgraded the massive 4GB of RAM.

    I'm not sure I'd buy another one without looking at it and having a quick type, this one isn't quite as nice as my my much older model in regards to viewing angle and key feel/shape.


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