With it’s new “pink gold” lifebook, Fujitsu leans toward a consumer market where its traditionally-bland designs rarely alight. The limited edition P8010 also has 3G wireless WAN, giving it a severe advantage over other lookers in the category, like Sony’s TZ series.
Specs are same as the standard edition, with up to2 GB of RAM, 250GB hard drive, a claimed 6 hours of battery life (We got about 4 when we reviewed it), integrated optical, and a 12.1″ edge-to-edge display.
I was going to reinforce the point about LifeBooks being the best laptops you never even thought of looking at. But it is not possible to sign off with anything other than BornRich‘s deathless prose:
Discover what it’s like to own a powerhouse that is the cynosure of all eyes with the Fujitsu P8010 3.5 notebook.