The new Fujistsu LifeBook LH772 Notebook, powered by Intel’s core i7 processor the LH772 is a 14-incher with a display resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels, powered by inlets third generation core i7 processor the LH772 also has a discrete card installed inside which is an NVDIA Geforce GT 640.it kicks in form Intel’s own HD 4000 graphics via the NIVIDA optimus technology, that switches to the on-board graphics whenever the discrete card is not needed.
As far as ports are concerned, the LH772 is well equipped. It has a whopping for USB 3.0 ports, an sd card reader ,a DVD drive, one VGA ports ,and at the back sits the LAN and HDML ports and as an added extra, fujitsu has also added a physical wi-fi switch at the front portion of the notebook, and while it’s a nice feature, the placement could have been slightly better as I find myself constantly switching the WI-Fi off by accident when using the notebook. Performance wise, we cant find any fault with the LH772. The Core i7 processor and NVIDIA graphics ensures that the machine performs at its absolute best, and by incorporating the ONKYO Box speakers we also found no need for external speakers as the sound quality is just that good.
One nitpick that we do have about the notebook though comes in the form of the display. Whilst the colors reproduced on it are amazing, the glare that happens whenever the notebook is used in a place that has even the tiniest bit of sunlight gets a bit annoying. Especially so when you can actually see your reflection looking back at you in the screen.
The Fujistsu LIFEBOOK LH772 excels where it matters most. Its powerful machine with an option for bright, pretty colors, with an excellent sound to boot.
CPU : Intel Core i7-3612QM 2.1GHz
RAM : 4GB DDR3 RAM
OS : Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
Display : 14.0 inch LED backlight
Storage : 500 GB