Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pro V2030
Notebooks from Fujitsu Siemens are not so very numerous and widespread and it is also quite strange to see this brand in the low-end sector. Yet this notebook model exists, so let’s see what the engineers from Fujitsu Siemens had to cut down to meet the very appealing price of $735. It is all right with the exterior:
People who like the modern stern style should appreciate the original mix of black and white and the lack of excessive roundness of form in this design. The closed notebook looks nice as well:
I guess one of the important features of this design is that the notebook looks more expensive than it really is. This model will undoubtedly be welcome among corporate clients. It doesn’t offer you too many interfaces, but you can find everything in this computer you would have expected to find and even some more. There is nothing besides the lid latch on the front panel and it is good:
The battery, an output for an external monitor, a Kensington lock slot, and two USB ports are located at the rear panel:
The rest of the connectors are placed on the notebook’s sides. The left side carries a DVD/CD-RW drive, power adapter and modem connectors, two more USB ports, a headphones output and a microphone input:
The right panel has more free space left as it carries only a LAN connector, a PCMCIA slot and a FireWire port.