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Fujitsu LifeBook B6230

alaTest has collected and analyzed 115 reviews of Fujitsu LifeBook B6230. The average rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the battery and screen. The usability and performance also get good feedback, whereas views about the image quality and price are different. There are some negative views about the sound and touchpad.

portability, performance, usability, screen, battery

durability, keyboard, touchpad, sound

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Fujitsu LifeBook B6230 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Fujitsu LifeBook B6230

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1 user review of Fujitsu LifeBook B6230 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other products in the same category on Amazon.com.

100% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

Jul, 2019

Expert review by : Ian Bell (digitaltrends.com)

Fujitsu Lifebook N3511 Review

 

If the Fujitsu N3511 sparks your curiosity, we recommend you check out the new Toshiba Qosmio line instead.

Aug, 2005

Expert review by : Rob Beschizza (wired.com)

Review: Fujitsu U810 tablet PC

 

For this flawed masterpiece, a shock-haired mad scientist trained his shrink ray on a tablet PC, then ran shrieking from his creation when he tried...

Small. Like Hobbit sized small. Decent battery life. Priced low. Pretty machine with smart construction. Full QWERTY keyboard fits perfectly into an extremely small area

Keyboard size comes at a cost: function mapping choices are practically demented in their layout. Fat battery. Not quite pocketable. Screen feels small in its wide bezel. Windows Vista Business? Gag

Oct, 2007

Expert review by (pcworld.com)

Quick Takes: Fujitsu LifeBook P1510D and Tiger Telematics Gizmondo

 

The compact, slim Fujitsu LifeBook P1510D can twist into a tablet. Tiger Telematics' Gizmondo is a portable game player and more.

Aug, 2005

Expert review by : Sandra Vogel (zdnet.com)

Fujitsu Lifebook T938, First Take: Let's twist again Review | ZDNet

 

The Lifebook T938 is a solid 13.3-inch convertible with a twisting rather than rotating screen hinge, and a good selection of ports, including legacy connectors.

Jun, 2018

Expert review by : Sandra Vogel (zdnet.com)

Fujitsu Lifebook U938 First Take: A premium lightweight ultraportable Review | ZDNet

 

This compact 13.3-inch laptop delivers top-notch specifications and build quality, plus excellent portability.

May, 2018

Expert review by : Sean Kerner and Shelton Romhanyi (tomsguide.com)

Fujitsu U810 Sub-Laptop Mini Review

 

Good things sometimes come in very small packages.

Dec, 2007

Expert review by : Lisa Gade (mobiletechreview.com)

Fujitsu U810 Mini-Notebook

 

Like the Japanese, some Americans have a love affair with miniaturized technology. Be they studio apartment dwelling Manhattanites or IT folks who'd rather not tote a 15" notebook everywhere they go while on call, these folks want Windows and they want...

Great form factor, the mini-notebook is much more usable and carry-able than slate designed UMPCs. Acceptible performance under Vista and good performance under Windows XP. The wide-screen display means dialogs won't be cut off and you can watch a...

This isn't a true notebook replacement. The high resolution display is harder on the eyes than a conventional notebook and the keyboard is barely touch-typable (and large-fingered folk will resort to 2 finger pecking). OmniPass fingerprint scanner...

The Fujitsu is the closest to ready for prime time micro PC we've seen to date in terms of affordability combined with usability. Though it still can't compete with a full-sized notebook in terms of performance or usability, the relatively high...

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : Sal Cangeloso (geek.com)

Review: Fujitsu U810 UMPC

 

Of all the ultra-mobile PC's that arrived and will be arriving in 2007, Fujitsu's has been the most highly awaited. That's a serious claim, but as soon as people got a look at this device they started to get excited about it. After all, the first...

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : Jenn K. Lee (pocketables.net)

Review: Fujitsu U810 executive leather portfolio

 

Although nicely crafted and generally well designed, read my full review below to find out why I've already put the case into a drawer.

Available in both black and purple, the Fujitsu U810 executive leather portfolio looks great and fits the mini notebook perfectly. It's well made, well priced, and is a good choice for frequent travelers, people who use the U810 on a desk or table, and...

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : Lisa Gade (mobiletechreview.com)

Fujitsu LifeBook P1510D

 

When do you pay more to get less for your money? Notebook computers. Subnotebooks and ultralights are hot commodities for those always on the go and the Fujitsu P1510D makes most subnotebooks look like mammoths. The P1510D and the Toshiba Libretto are...

Size! They don't get much smaller than this while maintaining display readability and keyboard usability. The touch screen is convenient and you need not use a special pen. Windows XP Tablet Edition software makes the most of the pen. Good performance...

Limited viewing angle. No optical drive

Certainly one of the coolest, sexiest yet functional super-small notebooks available in the US. The specs and power make this machine good enough for business and school use while Windows XP Tablet Edition puts the touch screen to good use with better...

May, 2006

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