Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH532 15.6-inch Laptop (black) - Intel Core i5-3230M Processor (3M Cache, up to 3.20 GHz) 4GB RAM, 500GB hard disk, DVDRW SM, Intel HD graphics 4000, Intel Centrino N2230 802.11b/g/n WLAN, Bluetooth v4.0, HD webcam, Windows 8 64-bit
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The Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH532 notebook is ideal for everyday use and has been designed to balance significant performance and best-in-class mobility for the price-conscious user. The Lifebook AH532 with its HD LED 15.6 inch anti-glare display is powered by a 3rd generation Intel Core i5 processor
The LIFEBOOK AH532 with its HD LED 15.6 inch anti-glare display is powered by 3rd generation Intel processors and the Intel HM76 chipset for increased performance for everyday tasks. Large memory and hard disk drive allow this to notebook to keep up with the ever increasing demands of consumers.
Highlights of the LIFEBOOK AH532:
Anti Glare Display:
The LIFEBOOK AH532 features a high definition 15.6-inch (39.6 cm) LED anti glare display to give a sharp picture quality in 16:9 widescreen format. Reduced glare off the laptop screen makes viewing easier on the eyes.
A built in HD webcam with integrated digital microphone allows you to have face-to-face conversations over the internet, while an LED status light lets you know when the webcam is active.
Spill resistant keyboard:
Full-size spill resistant keyboard with numeric keypad makes for more comfortable and ergonomic working in every situation.
Anytime USB Charge:
Anytime USB charge function means you can charge mobile phones or media devices through the USB connections even when the notebook is switched off.
Built in Intel Centrino Wireless N2230 and Bluetooth v4.0 + EDR allowing easy wireless connection. 3 x USB 3.0 + 1 x USB 2.0 ports allow you to connect all your USB devices.
A built-in HDMI port allows you to connect your laptop directly to a TV with HDMI connectivity this means you can play online content directly on to your TV or media such as photos and home videos.
Why should I buy a Fujitsu LIFEBOOK?
Fujitsu has more than 30 years experience in designing and introducing mobile solutions globally. By uniquely combining German precision engineering and Japanese quality, Fujitsu LIFEBOOKs are the perfect choice for anyone looking for a reliable, high-quality notebook. With the LIFEBOOK AH532 you get business build quality in a home laptop.
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Top Customer Reviews
Under the bonnet the spec is far ahead of anything else in this price range-3rd generation 3230 i5 (as compared to 2nd generation 3210 and there are still plenty of these around!). No less than three USB3 slots-impressive. An express card slot-very useful and adaptable - HDMI port etc. Spill resistant keyboard for when you might be driving a racing car at 200 mph around a corner while drinking a cup of coffee and at the same time checking your emails-though I haven't put this to the test yet.
Granted, 500 GB hard drive is becoming slightly dated these days but in relative terms it is more than adequate for most needs and can be expanded with any amount of external (all those USB3 slots will shine then). As at the time there was £60 off the manufacturers price (there's now £80 !) I purchased an extra 4GB memory (£29.99) and it just purrs nicely with 8 gig total.
Only slight gripe would be the screen-and I should emphasize 'slight'. I know the resolution is not as high as it could be but it's fine enough for me.Read more ›
Just look at all the positives, it has one of the best processors inside (Intel Core i5), it's fast even with 4GB of memory (I myself decided to buy a little bit more, but still, it costs nothing compared to other laptops! You might not care, but the plastic it's made of is nice and matt, and doesn't look cheap at all, smudges, yes, but come off quite easily. It has bloetooth, 3 USB 3.0 ports plus one 2.0 for whatever isn't advanced enough (almost nothing, so it's not a big deal), the only thing about them is that they are all at the sides at the front, none at the back, which is quite weird, and for that it looses a star (partially) some things just need to be plugged from the back, but you know, just get an extension lead and you're sorted! the display is sharp and non-reflective which is important when e.g. you're watching movies, (I hate seeing my face on the screen whenever there's a darker scene, ugh) The keyboard is VERY comfortable, and spill-resistant (didn't try that yet, and I'm not intend to purposely).
The battery lasts about 3 hours, it's perfect for me, if you need more than that, you can use ECO option, it turns off almost everything (sound, bluetooth, wi-fi, darkens the screen), but I guess it'll work around 4 ours then.
The fan isn't loud, ye the laptop isn't burning my lap like my old one used to...
The built-in camera is alright, it isn't great, so if you're looking to get some kind of HD camera, this is not the way, for me however, it suffices (skype etc.)
I really like the fact that it is made in Germany, so many things are now made in Asia, which, yes can be well made, but this is well made for sure...Read more ›
I ordered the notebook for a friend who has owned and had good service out of a Fujitsu Amilo for several years. Was considering a RAM & HDD upgrade to the Amilo at an est cost £80 +.
I was pleasantly surprised to find a Core i5 at this price-point. (** Price has increased £20 since I purchased) Now, I'm happy to have invested that £80 into the Lifebook, making this a well specified machine at a keen price.
I'm actually pleased with the partition sizing; I have always preferred a separate partition for the OS & Programs - with everything else on a dedicated 'Data' drive. This simplifies the data back-up process and should the need arise in the future to re-install the OS, the data is safe. The 75Gb C: partition is only slightly smaller than the HDD in the Amilo, so should be sufficient for the average user's needs. Given a choice during installation, I would have opted for a 100Gb partition, to give the OS plenty of `breathing space' but this can be tweaked later. I admit that I'm surprised at how much space Win8 has consumed on drive C, however, there are lots of Apps included which 'could' negate the need to install other software. Within Win8, you have the ability to check `Available Storage'; where you can see how much space each of the apps is taking. I will be removing most of the included apps in favour of program that I either already own or can download free.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Speed is ok, graphics not that much but expected. The main letdown is the screen qualityPublished 6 months ago by DavidAnt
Wow delighted with the Laptop well made quiet. Works very well very happy I recommended you would not be disappointed and quick deliveryPublished 6 months ago by mrs elizabeth smith
Excellent laptop - fast processing, good spec for the price. Hard drive partition not very sensible as I have to install most programs on the second partition. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Adam
Having bought an i3 version for 'er in doors' who works in IT as a web designer and tutor, I thought I would treat myself to the i5 and I really love it despite Windows 8. Read morePublished on 23 July 2014 by Jeff
Very good laptop. Works well. I was amazed to find out on the box that this product is made in Germany (and not in China). For £360, it was a very good buy.Published on 3 Mar. 2014 by Rajeev Gaur