Fujitsu Computer Systems - P Series
I bought this laptop two years ago and it is one of the best things I have bought. First, my reason for buying it was due to its light weight as my university back pack stays heavy all the time. The 10.6 wide screen still works great and has the highest brightness until today in LCD screens. There is a DVD-RW bay in this tiny laptop. Has Wifi, finger sensor, firewire, and much more. Also, the battery can operate up to 11 hours on a single charge. This is a great tool for people looking for mobility as well as moderate power. If you are one of those people, buy this laptop made straight in japan and never worry about buying another laptop again.
smallest... computer... ever
I just love Technology , all types. Keep up, SYSTEMS change everyday. This one will last forever, it all depends on what you are doing. It is tough......
Thanks to Ask for recommending the Fujitsu ScanSnap S510 scanner (though I'm sure he bought the Mac version). This thing is amazing! I'm scanning in all my bills, statements, and other documents and then dropping them right in... Thanks to Ask for recommending the Fujitsu ScanSnap S510 scanner (though I'm sure he bought the Mac version). This thing is amazing! I'm scanning in all my bills, statements, and other documents and then dropping them right into the shreader below the scanner. Use Amazon S3 with encryption for backup and my documents are safer for long term storage than in my house and they take up much less room. Best features: - This scanner is tiny. It's a bit wider than a sheet of paper and about as deep as a hardback book. - It is fast. Sheets you're scanning get zipped through one after the other. Oh, did I mention it has an automatic document feeder so I can scan my entire 50 page phone bill? - It scans both sides in the first pass. - The scanned image is crystal clear. It looks like a perfect reproduction of the printed document in every detail (including creases). - It works with Linux, though not right out of the box. Ask me how if you don't find it on Google. Now for the bad news: The Fujitsu ScanSnap S510 scanner is expensive. However, the usability means I actually use this scanner instead of letting a less expensive scanner gather dust.