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LifeBook® P2000 Notebook


Larry Magid
"Notebook for Weary Road Warriors."
By Larry Magid

Magid refers to his review of the Fujitsu’s LifeBook P2000 ( for an example of an excellent sub-notebook with a small keyboard and screen.

E-Gear Magazine —January 2003
"Ultra sleek PC power you can take anywhere."

Fujitsu LifeBook P Series notebook
By Stephanie Bruzzese

The 3.4-pound P series is not your average ultralight; it includes a swappable bay for modular drives and extra batteries. It also offers long battery life, thanks to its power-saving Transmeta Crusoe processor.

Computer Shopper—November 2002
LifeBook P2000 receives Best Ultraportable
"Finally, an ultraportable that gets everything right: comfortable keyboard, spacious screen, built-in WiFi, decent battery life, even a DVD/CD-RW drive for watching movies and burning backups—all for a very affordable price."

Wired Magazine—November 2002
"No notebook crams more features into so compact a package as the 3.4 pounds P Series."
Wired Magazine
LifeBook P2000 receives BEST BUY

Tech Edge Best Buy Award—July 2002
"The LifeBook P-2040 provides excellent Fujitsu quality, lots of desirable features, weighs only 3.4 pounds, and is easily affordable."

"Most slim/light laptops make a lot of sacrifices to achieve their high degree of portability. That's not the case with the LifeBook P-2040 from Fujitsu. It's light, good looking, and works very nicely in the portable mode in which it is intended to be used."

PC World
"...our pick for the best ultralight notebook."

"The 1.6-inch thick, 2.8-pound Fujitsu LifeBook P-2000 costs between $1499 and $1799 and packs a wealth of features, making it our pick for the best ultralight notebook. Extra-long battery life (3.5 hours on one charge), helped by a power-saving Transmeta Crusoe processor, should easily satisfy any business traveler who needs to get work done on the go. An easy-to-use keyboard and a bright 10.6-inch screen also help make this slim, silver marvel tantalizing even for die-hard desktop users."

Popular Science— July 2002
"The perfect laptop fits on a tray table and plays the average DVD movie."

Popular Science magazine chose the LifeBook P2000 notebook for one of the Best Laptops for Inflight Movies.

Laptop— June 2002
"The LifeBook P2040 provides excellent Fujitsu quality, lots of desirable features, weighs only 3.4 pounds, and is easily affordable. What more could you ask for?"

"Best of Show" Award-winner
Senior Editors from the IT industry's leading publications, CIO, Computerworld, InfoWorld, Network World and PC World named Fujitsu's LifeBook P Series "Best Notebook" and overall "Best of Show" at COMDEX Fall 2001 in Las Vegas. The "Best of COMDEX" Awards recognize and honor the most innovative and influential IT products and technologies exhibited at the show.

"The combination of the great value pricing and outstanding features, including its petite size, low weight, outstanding battery life, impressive, crisp screen and DVD/CD-RW combo drive, makes Fujitsu's LifeBook P Series stand apart from the competition and was a clear choice for the 'Best of Show' award,"

–Michael Lasky, senior editor of PC World

CNET's Top 100 Product's of 2002: Best Ultraportable Notebook
By Stephanie Bruzzese

Russell Kay
"...a leading contender for the machine of my dreams."

Laptops to Live With
Notebook computers keep getting smaller, faster, better and cheaper. And they're doing it in very different ways.
By Russell Kay

This is certainly a leading contender for the machine of my dreams. Fujitsu PC Corp.'s LifeBook P is a small package with a wide-format display, a built-in combination optical drive (DVD/CD-RW) and Windows XP Home Edition. It weighs less than 3.5 lb. and has a price tag of $1,499.

David Coursey
" a travel companion that combines the best features for both mobile office and entertainment, this is a sweet machine."

Why Fujitsu's new notebook now 'Loox' so much better
By David Coursey
Executive Editor, AnchorDesk

Stephanie Bruzzese
"Fujitsu definitely has a way with ultralight laptops."

First Take: Fujitsu LifeBook P Series
By Stephanie Bruzzese
Review Editor, CNET

Hahn Choi
"The overall design of Fujitsu’s LifeBook P Series is a winner and the notebook’s features get high marks from TechTV Labs."

First Look: Fujitsu P Series
By Hahn Choi
Analyst, TechTV

The P Series continues a recent trend blurring the line between mini-notebooks, ultra-portables, and thin and lights. Fujitsu distinguishes itself with the P Series by eliminating the price premium of a notebook this size. Starting at $1,499, the price is right, especially for the features. But arguably the best features are the 3.4 pound machine's light weight and small form factor, measuring a mere 10.6 inches by 7 inches by 1.59 inches.


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