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Fujitsu LifeBook P701

Introduction

This is a compatibility guide to running Linux with the Fujitsu LifeBook P701 laptop. If you have the Fujitsu LifeBook P701 and are running Linux on it please consider editing this page or adding a comment below with your compatibility details. By contributing you will help other people running this laptop or trying to make a decision on whether to buy it or not.

This page is just for discussing using Linux on the Fujitsu LifeBook P701. For a general discussion about this laptop you can visit the Fujitsu LifeBook P701 page on LapWik.

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Specifications

For full specifications see the Fujitsu LifeBook P701 specifications page.

NameFujitsu LifeBook P701
Processor Intel Corei5-2520M processor (2.50GHz with Turbo Boost Technology, with up to 3.20GHz 3MB L3 cache)
Screen12.1“ 1280×800 Widescreen
RAMUp to 8GB
HDDUp to 640GB
Optical DriveNone
GraphicsIntel HD Graphics 3000
Network10/100/1000 Ethernet
802.11BGN
Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 Dual Band ABGN

Linux Compatibility

DeviceCompatibilityComments
ProcessorYes
ScreenYes
HDDYes
Graphics ChipYes
VGA OutYes
DisplayPortNot Tested
SoundYes
Bulti-in MicrophoneYes
Headphone JackYes
Microphone JackNot Tested
EthernetYes
WirelessYes
BluetoothNot Tested
ModemNot Tested
USBYes
Card ReaderYes
ExpressCard SlotNot Tested
Fingerprint ReaderNot Tested
WebcamYes
Smart Card ReaderYes
Docking StationNot Tested
Touch PadYesTouch Wheel - No
Suspend/ResumeYes

Notes

Summary

The Fujitsu LifeBook P701 works well with Linux.


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