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Fujitsu Lifebook P7120D Laptop

The P7120D looks great and at 10.28" x 7.83" x 1.26" - 1.43" and 3.2 pounds it qualifies as a small laptop.

The P7120D looks great and at 10.28" x 7.83" x 1.26" - 1.43" and 3.2 pounds it qualifies as a small laptop.

The Fujitsu's keyboard is a bit crowded, but I got used to it pretty quickly. Key travel is about right. However there is no reassuring mechanical click as the keys travel downward. The mousepad has a pitted surface that makes guiding the pointer pretty e

The Fujitsu’s keyboard is a bit crowded, but I got used to it pretty quickly. Key travel is about right. However there is no reassuring mechanical click as the keys travel downward. The mousepad has a pitted surface that makes guiding the pointer pretty e

The gray bottom looks pretty much like it does in this photo. The Ultra Low Voltage Intel Pentium 753 is no speed demon, but its fine for the office applications the P7120D is designed for. With some applications you'll get a performance assist by upping

The gray bottom looks pretty much like it does in this photo. The Ultra Low Voltage Intel Pentium 753 is no speed demon, but its fine for the office applications the P7120D is designed for. With some applications you’ll get a performance assist by upping

The P7120D is packed with ports and jacks and such. Here's the left side. From left to right: that triangle with the curved bottom is the left speaker, LAN port, VGA monitor output, S-Video out (unusual for a laptop of this type), modem port; USB 2.0 port

The P7120D is packed with ports and jacks and such. Here’s the left side. From left to right : that triangle with the curved bottom is the left speaker, LAN port, VGA monitor output, S-Video out (unusual for a laptop of this type), modem port ; USB 2.0 port

And, here's the right side of the P7120D. From left to right: CD/DVD drive, memory card slot (Memory Stick, Secure Digital and X Secure Digital), above the memory card slot is another USB port, AC adapter power input, the right speaker.

And, here’s the right side of the P7120D. From left to right : CD/DVD drive, memory card slot (Memory Stick, Secure Digital and X Secure Digital), above the memory card slot is another USB port, AC adapter power input, the right speaker.

From the back of the Fujitsu Lifebook P7120D you can see the two speakers and the battery (the long roundish object). Up on the gray area just before the black top of the computer are (from left to right): the power switch, the ECO (for ecological) button

From the back of the Fujitsu Lifebook P7120D you can see the two speakers and the battery (the long roundish object). Up on the gray area just before the black top of the computer are (from left to right) : the power switch, the ECO (for ecological) button