Yep, your choice. Nice-looking package. I've had two E series Fujitsus and they're both still alive somewhere. Nice to see the weight trimmed down from the 7+ lbs that was the E7110. Hope it's just as durable. But I'll be sticking with my Acer 8204 this round.
I am making my decision between the Dell 820 and this new Fujitsu. What don't you like about your Dell? How is the screen on your Dell 820.
I like my D820, which is my first satisfied model. I had Dell D600 before, it did not work well for me, and I sold it. I was looking for a core duo processor, and D820 was the first machine that made me impressed. So, I decided to order the D820. I did not trust myself when I ordered it. However, when I received it, I love it. It runs quiet and cool.
I like Fujitsu because I have been using this brand for about 4 years. Fujitsu does not fail me. I wish Fujitsu will offer AMD processor for the E8210 model because I want to try AMD dual core out.
Finally a Fujitsu with 15"4, however, resolution +SXGA Matte (1680x1050) can to be placed to 1280x800? or the native resolution is 1680x1050, and it is not possible to be reduced?. the icons and texts to 1680 are very small for my eyes, i liked resolution 1280x800 matte.
Anybody know what the difference in display quality is/means? I do notice that the specs for both the n3530 and the n6410 give display brightness (no. of nits) and contrast ratios -- while the E8210 specs are totally silent on the matter...