Fujitsu LifeBook A6120 Laptop
At a Glance
Fujitsu LifeBook A6120
Feature-packed notebook includes plenty of inputs, but battery life was far from great.
The Fujitsu LifeBook A6120 is a good performer, carries a reasonable price tag, and comes with most of the features you'd expect from a well-rounded machine--except good battery life.
Built to handle multimedia chores, the A6120 earned a solid score of 84 on our WorldBench 6 test suite. Despite its 2.1-GHz Intel Core Duo 2 Processor T8100, the A6120 finished well behind Sony's VAIO VGN-SZ791N, which zoomed to a score of 94.
Regrettably, the A6120's tested battery life was a meagre 2
The A6120 appears to be fairly sturdy thanks to
The A6120's spill-resistant keyboard has a finger-friendly texture, unlike Panasonic's ToughBook CF-W7, whose water-resistant treatment left the keys unpleasantly slippery. The A6120 offers
The shortcut application panel in the upper left corner of the keyboard is fully customizable, though the keys are
This LifeBook wins points for
YouTube contributors will like the Webcam and mic mounted atop the 15.4-inch display (which offers 1280-by-800-pixel resolution). Bundled with ArcSoft WebCam Companion, the A6120 offers video basics with minimal headaches. Though the screen isn't especially bright or crisp, it gets the job done.
The A6120 doesn't win the laurel crown in any particular category, but it gets enough right at the right price to rate as a good (not great) notebook.
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