Top 5 reasons to BUY or NOT buy the Fujitsu Lifebook U939X
The Fujitsu Lifebook U939X is an interesting 2-in-1 notebook that is very light and has a lot of pros like vPro CPUs and it covers the MIL-STD-810G military standard as well. If you haven’t checked our in-depth review regarding the Fujitsu Lifebook U939X you can find it here.
Today we are presenting to you our Top 5 picks about the Fujitsu Lifebook U939X.
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Fujitsu Lifebook U939X
- Intel Core i7-8665U
- Intel UHD Graphics 620
- 8GB RAM
- 512GB SSD
3 reasons to BUY the Fujitsu Lifebook U939X
1. The build
The weight is just 1.00 kg which is a great advantage in terms of portability. The profile is 16.9 mm only. The magnesium chassis has passed the Military Standard MIL-STD-810G test and it should be able to sustain some accidental drops on the floor.
2. Good screen
The Fujitsu LifeBook U939X has a 1080p IPS touchscreen panel (Sharp LQ133M1JW35 SHP14B0) that has a good contrast ratio and comfortable viewing angles – very important for 2-in-1 devices. The panel has an impressive 97% sRGB color coverage and it is suitable for people that have a color-sensitive job.
3. Wide I/O selection
Fujitsu is very generous when it comes to the I/O section of this device. On the left side, there is the power plug, two USB Type-C 3.1 (Gen. 1) ports with Thunderbolt support, an HDMI connector, a USB 3.1 (Type-A) port, an audio jack, and a Smart Card reader. On the right side, we can see a hidden RJ-45 connector, another USB Type-A 3.1 port, and an SD card reader. Additionally, on the same side, you’ll find a Power On/Off button and an LTE card slot.
2 reasons to BUY the Fujitsu Lifebook U939X
1. Loud under load
The cooling has just one fan with a relatively small size. The result is a loud device even at some simple operations/loads like installing a new program or transferring files.
2. The keyboard
The keyboard has a relatively long key travel and decently sized keycaps. However, the feedback is mushy and that’s why it’s not very comfortable for long typing sessions.