Having a dedicated work laptop has become essential in today’s world of transient and open workspaces, regular commutes and flexible hours. The problem is, there are a whole lot to choose from. Fujitsu are one of the most trusted brands in the sector and they’ve got a broad range of professional laptops, so, here at Techscheme, we’ve decided to give you a rundown of the Fujitsu Lifebooks you can pick up from us, with to 12% off. Just so you know where you stand.

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Fujitsu Lifebook U757

The U757 is the daddy of the Lifebook family, the super powered multi-faceted laptop that can handle anything you want to throw at it. On the outside, it features the same slick, black colouring that each of these laptops has, it’s a professional look that looks great at home or in the office.

The hardware here is where the U757 really shines, though. It has an Intel Core i7 2.7/3.5 GHz turbo processor, accompanied by 8GB or RAM and a 512GB solid-state hard drive; there’s nothing in the business world that falls out of its remit and the bright 15.6-inch anti-glare screen makes it a comfortable experience in any environment.

It would be difficult to do better than the Fujitsu Lifebook U757 when looking for a business laptop to invest in, it’s hardware specs alone make it a long-term investment that you won’t have to worry about replacing anytime soon. At Techscheme we can save you up to £189 on the RRP (recommended retail price), so there’s even more bang for your business buck.

Fujitsu Lifebook E547

The E547 is smaller than the U757, with a 14-inch screen that measures up to standards, while also making it perhaps a little easier to manage on the daily commute. The security features of the Lifebook range are here as well, with an integrated fingerprint sensor, TPM (trusted platform module) and smart card reader, all encased in a solid spill-proof housing. You won’t need to worry about your files (or your coffee!) on any one of these laptops.

The insides of the Lifebook E547 are similarly impressive, with an Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. They don’t quite match those of the more expensive model above, but that’s what you pay the money for. Those specs, however, should be plenty enough for anyone right now; a little less future-proof perhaps but you won’t need to be trading it in anytime soon.

The Fujitsu Lifebook E547 is a reliable mid-point in the laptop range, it’ll cope well under the pressure of running multiple tasks while being a little easier to fit into tight spaces. The RRP is £930, but at Techscheme we can save you up to £111 off that. Bargain.

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Fujitsu Lifebook A555

Lastly, we’ll talk about the A555. It’s the budget baby of the group and as such is a little less impressive, but it’s well designed for everyday tasks and workloads. The look is similar to the others and it offers many of the same features, while it’s battery life lasts about an hour longer than the flagship U757, at around 11 Hours. That’s plenty for a work day.

When it comes to hardware you’ll find an Intel Core i3, 4GB of Ram and a regular 500GB hard drive. If you’re an everyday work user, where your computer doesn’t have to stray far beyond the likes of office and PowerPoint then the A555 won’t slow down, as long as you’re not running multiple intensive programs, with a whole bunch of internet tabs open at the same time. For its price, though, we’d say it’s one of the best on the market.

The A555 is a brilliant, budget laptop. It does everything you really need it to do without showing off and if all you want is a laptop purely for work, but you don’t want to spend too much, it’s perfect. With an RRP of £395, the A555 was never going to break the bank, but Techscheme could save you a further £47 – because we’re nice like that.

Model

RRP Savings Techscheme Price
Lifebook U757 £15,75.00 £189.00

£1,386.00

Lifebook E547

£930.00

£111.60

£818.40

Lifebook A555 £395.00 £47.40

£347.60

So, there we have it, our rundown of some great Fujitsu business laptops at Techscheme. The different Lifebooks will suit different kinds of users, but we’ve hopefully helped you on your way to a decision. To have access to Techscheme’s fantastic benefits you’ll need to make sure you employer is signed up. If they aren’t already, ask them to take a look, it won’t cost them any money and it’ll make you happy. Which is a bonus.

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