If you are a PC user on the move, perhaps a look at the latest Fujitsu notebook might interest you a little bit. The Japanese company introduced its latest technology baby, the Fujitsu LifeBook PH520 Notebook into the market and it is promising this latest addition will change notebook performance and usability records.

Other than just being a stylish and impressive gadget, the ultra slim designed and lightweight comes with varying and additional features. Its features range from the simplest of notebook functionalities to the most complicated but user friendly of them all.


To begin with, I sampled its display and I must admit it is unlike no other. Armed with a screen of about 11.6 inches, the LED backlit feature gives it a crystal clear view that incorporates the WXGA HD display technology.

This is bolstered by an addition of AMD Athlon II Neo Dual –Core Processor K325 that is energy proficient. To ramp things up, the company equipped the notebook with the ability to combine high end computing performance with other vital aspects of usage such as mobility, content creation with a multi-tasking and video playing that uses HD technology. To cap it up, the Fujitsu LifeBook PH520 has an 82 keyboard that can withstand about 92% full size spill; and the company is not done yet, as the keyboard comes with a 17.5 mm key pitch and a 2 mm key stroke, coupled with a typical incorporated touchpad positioning gadget that has gesture capacity.

Security From Spills

If you are the types that love using our computers while enjoying a drink like I am, the Fujitsu LifeBook PH520’s keyboard ensures you don’t suffer any losses by damage via spills as it has its own protection mechanism in the form of a tray just underneath its keys that allows a tilt and easy wiping.  Fujitsu produced the notebook in a range of two colors, fiery red and black, with both of them weighing slightly less than 1.5kg, small in size but with designing features such as a glossy and classy finish that give it the stylish feel and appeal. I had initially thought its small and sleek styling might stand in the way of space, but I was proven wrong as it has a 2GB DDR3 1333 MHz3 SDRAM memory that you can still increase in size if you want up to a high of 8GB with the choice of an external USB device.


Fujitsu LifeBook PH520’s graphics as well distinguish themselves from other notebooks in the way it renders images. It is almost life-like in its graphics, with the use of the AMD VISION Technology.  This is bolstered by the use of the ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4225 that incorporates the AMD RS880 video graphics. What this technology has done is enable the notebook maximizes performance at very high resolutions resultantly rendering your videos in superb quality and giving you crystal clear image images.

There can be no exhausting the features and the alien features of Fujitsu’s latest release that make it the ultimate computing gadget it is. So much went into this model and the result is amazing.