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Although this ends up with the screen's edges not quite lining up with those of the keyboard base, it's a nice idea. With most convertibles, where the screen is pressed up against the laptop's underside in tablet mode, the keyboard is left exposed, which feels a bit strange in the hands at the best of times.
With the Lifebook T, we were much more comfortable grasping the folded laptop in one hand or setting it down on a desk without worrying about smashing any keys underneath. Sadly, as a day-to-day device, the Lifebook T often fails to keep up the standard set by its intuitive hinge design.
Built from a combination of magnesium alloy and plastic, the Lifebook T is neither amazingly durable or worryingly fragile. There's a bit of screen flex but no major issues with build quality we're not counting the dour aestheticand in fact it's quite nicely compact.
Some relatively slim bezels contribute to this being a narrow laptop by Befitting a business convertible, security is a big focus. There's built-in Kensington lock and smart card support, an Opal-compliant GB SSD, Bitlocker encryption from Windows 10 Pro and not one but two sensors for biometric logins. The first is a straightforward fingerprint reader, and the second is Fujitsu's own Palm Secure palm vein sensor. Cleverly, the fingerprint reader is positioned just below the screen, so it's always accessible even in a tablet configuration - the one downside of the display covering the keyboard in this setup is that it obscures the palm vein sensor too.
Fujitsu's Palm Secure sensor requires the company's Workplace Protect software in order to function. One user can register their palm-print with the software in the free version, but you'll need to upgrade to a paid license in order to use it with multiple profiles.
You can download the Workplace Protect software from Fujitsu's website, but frankly we're disappointed that the Palm Secure sensor wasn't ready to work out of the box. On a more positive note, the assortment of ports is good.
You get two full-size USB 3. Speaking of which, to get wireless data up and running, you'll need to remove the battery from the laptop's underside, then slide a SIM card into the slot hidden beneath. We initially liked the look and, to an extent, the feel of the Lifebook T's keyboard. There's a decent amount of travel depth and plenty of space between the chiclet-style keys, so typos were rare, and unlike on some Nonetheless, we eventually grew tired of typing on it, for one reason: the key switches are just too heavy.
In other words, it takes noticeably more force to fully depress each key than we're used to, which resulted in both missed inputs to begin with and tired fingers once we'd learned our lesson. It's a similar story with the trackpad, in that it's mostly fine but has a fatal flaw: around the edges, taps and swipes simply don't register. We couldn't begin the count the number of times we veered to the left or right of the pad and single-tapped to make a click, only for nothing to happen.
At least the bundled stylus is spared a big weakness. While it's rather slim compared to the more substantial designs of, say, the Surface Pen or Apple Pencil, it's perfectly usable and accurate enough for quick markups. Palm rejection works reliably, and unlike the Stylistic R, there's a convenient slot for storing the stylus on the corner of the base.
The Full HD touchscreen offers up another bunch of mixed results. To be fair, it handles colours very well: we measured its sRGB gamut coverage at respectable However, with a low contrast and peak brightness of just We didn't have any real issues indoors, but outside - or even close to a window - the low brightness and glossy screen finish won't put up much of a fight against the sun's rays.
There's no Coffee Lake on show here: you get a 7th-gen, dual-core Intel Core iU with 8GB of RAM. If you think that sounds like a fairly middling amount of horsepower, you'd be right, as the Lifebook T scored a decent but unremarkable 37 overall in our 4K benchmarks, including 16 for multitasking. More powerful configurations are available, maxing out at a Core iU processor with 16GB of RAM - but be warned that this will push the price up.
Still, the model on review offers plenty of power for most office applications, and it's worth noting that these scores beat those of the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1a similar if more consumer-leaning convertible. Both, however, are a long way off matching the speed of the HP Spectre x - this should still be the hybrid you should be considering for maximum performance around the 1, mark.
There are side benefits to the Lifebook T's CPU, though: namely its Trusted Platform Module TPM chip, and the fact that it's one of Intel's vPro processors. That means, in addition to a safe place for storing passwords and encryption keys, you get far superior support for remote access monitoring and maintenance, both of which could come in very handy in a professional environment. Battery life is adequate as well. In our video rundown test, the Lifebook T lasted 7 hours 48 minutes, so you might even be able to make it through a full day away from the mains if you're not doing anything particularly intensive.
Even with these upsides, though, it's difficult to recommend the Lifebook T even for very specific use cases. Its hardware can irritate, especially the finicky trackpad, and while it's not the slowest convertible in its price range, the Spectre x easily outperforms it. True, this HP laptop doesn't have the T's more flexible hinge or enterprise security features, but the former only provides minor tactile benefits and the latter don't entirely work out of the box.
Add in an uncomfortable keyboard and a flawed display, and the T just becomes too frustrating to consider over the x or even the slower but better-built XPS 13 2-in The Fujitsu Lifebook T sounds great at first: a Core i5-powered convertible with tons of security features and a fresh take on rotating hinges. Unfortunately, many of its appealing aspects are either compromised by other flaws or simply fail to function. How to overcome common scaling challenges and choose the right scalable cloud service.
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Our port replicators and cradles are the perfect docking solution whether in the office or at home, it takes just a second to attach your device to the port replicator and get connected to peripherals such as an external display, keyboard and mouse. Your workplace is simplified and tidy while you work with your Fujitsu device. Long, uncomfortable work calls are a thing of the past thanks to the cushioned ear pads and crystal clear sound.
Adjustable headband and microphone provides the perfect fit for everyone. It is compact enough to easily slip into a notebook bag or briefcase without getting in the way. It features two buttons and a scroll wheel which can also be used as a third button.
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