Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Fujitsu Lifebook LH531

Fujitsu Lifebook LH531 - Fujitsu presents Lifebook line of notebook computing LH series that offers a flexible and modern. Comes with two types of LH530 (based on the Intel Core series-i first-generation) and LH531 (with Intel Sandy Bridge). The advantage gained thanks to the use of graphics chips from nVidia looks better increase in performance and battery power becomes more economical. Although serious memorable because without the necessary multimedia features, specifications offered are able to meet your computing needs in full. Lifebook LH531 is present in our lab using an Intel Core I3-2310M with a speed of 2.1 GHz. These processors can be upgraded to Intel Core i5 that has Turbo Boost function. Memory capacity can be increased up to 8 GB though LH531 only provides 2 GB of RAM. Fujitsu Lifebook LH531 adopted two chips to meet the needs of graphics known as hybrid mode (hybrid). Use of this hybrid graphics instead of working together in order to get more performance, but work separately. If you use a light applications such as Internet or typing, onboard Intel graphics chip that works. Meanwhile, if the process is more complex graphics calculations, the system will automatically use the nVidia chip. However, not many expect a lot when running heavy applications like the latest games. The reason, nVidia GF 410M graphics chip is only suitable for running various games with low resolution. However, nVidia GF 410M chip performance remains better than the Intel chip HD3000. In addition the hybrid objective is to conserve battery life and processor. Because the computational process will be transferred to the graphics chip rather than to the processor. Looks like Fujitsu Lifebook LH531 intended for serious users. This is reflected not support the inclusion of multimedia features. With the absence of the facility, the notebook is more appropriate to work even if the user also be able to play various multimedia files. Just look at the area around the keyboard that has no shortcut buttons at all. The area above the keyboard appear plain, decorated only speakers on the left and right as well as a large power button is easily pressed. Various features which are quite standard, without proper eSATA and FireWire ports. Luckily still provided an HDMI port for connecting to high-definition digital screens. Based on test results, the use of graphics chips Nvidia GF 410M indeed produce better performance. This we conclude, after comparing this product with the Acer Aspire 4750 which has the same specs (except the nVidia graphics chip not included). In addition test results show the battery life more efficient while actively running the nVidia chip high-definition video content.

Full Specification  Fujitsu Lifebook LH531


  • ProcessorCore i5
  • Motherboard chipsetIntel HM65
  • Processor number2410M
  • Processor speed2.3GHz


  • Ports4 x USB 2.0; VGA port; HDMI
  • Wireless LAN802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
  • BluetoothYes
  • Ethernet10/100/1000
  • InfraredNo
  • WebcamYes


  • Graphics hardwareNvidia GeForce 410M
  • Amt of video RAM1GB
  • LCD technologyLED-backlit
  • Screen resolution (max)1366 x 768
  • Diagonal screen size14 inch


  • Optical driveDVD writer
  • Card ReaderSD, MMC
  • Amt of RAM2048 MB
  • Hard drive320 GB


  • RemoteNo
  • DVD/MP3 without bootupNo
  • TV tunerNo

Power Supply

  • Battery type(s) included6-cell Lithium Ion
  • Mfr-claimed battery life6.5 hours


  • Operating systemWin 7 Home Premium


  • WarrantyOne-year international warranty


  • Weight w/battery2.1 kg
  • Dimensions335 x 240 x 35.4 mm


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