A large and comfortable desktop replacement, but poor multimedia credentials
Fujitsu Siemens (FSC) has an extensive laptop range that covers business and consumer markets. The Amilo Pi 3540 (£699 inc. VAT) features a unique design, great screen and strong usability, but is let down by basic mobility and mixed performance.
The Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pa 3553 (£699 inc. VAT) is a semi-portable laptop aimed at the consumer market. It's the ﬁrst machine we've seen to feature AMD's latest M780G platform, which brings with it a host of new processors and updated graphics options.
With so much attention being paid to the mini-laptop segment of the market, it may seem that manufacturers are ignoring the higher-end ultraportable end of the market. So the Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook P8010 (£1657 inc. VAT) arrives as a timely reminder.
Fujitsu Siemens' Esprimo range is designed for the business user, with products offering mobility, strength and usability. With an affordable price tag and lack of features, the Esprimo Mobile V5505 (£453 inc. VAT) ﬁts in at the low-end of the range and is one of the cheapest machines here.
There’s nothing like the straightforward approach to designing products. Fujitsu Siemens knows this and that is why the company has comes up with a new design that spells everything out in black in white.
The Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Xi 2550 (£999 inc. VAT) is aimed at the casual gamer who doesn’t need two graphics cards or the fastest possible performance. As such, it’s a lot more affordable than much of the competition and its smaller size is more practical for day-to-day use.