You don’t get any nice little trifles with the notebook, except a small suede pouch to protect the device against scratches.
The pouch is actually the best in quality among those enclosed with the tested notebooks. It even has a metallic logotype of the manufacturer:
There’s nothing to comment much upon here. The results are sufficiently high for an Intel Pentium M ULV 753 processor. It is a long way behind the Acer TravelMate 3004WLMi, for example, yet the Lifebook P7010 should suffice for any office or multimedia application. The battery life time is more than satisfactory. Few notebooks of that size and weight and configuration can boast such results.
So, I am really very positive about the small computer from Fujitsu Siemens. This is an ideal work tool with an impressively advanced configuration and weight/size parameters. If you’re looking for a full-fledged compact notebook and do not want to lose a jot in functionality, then this is a worthy candidate to vote for with your purse.