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The Fujitsu P771 is a light weight powerful professional laptop. Integrated Intel graphics with OpenGL 3.0 [2012-11-07, Ubuntu 12.04]. A quite good laptop, unfortunently feels a bit plasticy compared to earlier professional Fujitsu laptops. Works fine with Ubuntu.
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|Name||Fujitsu LifeBook P771|
|Processor||Intel Corei7-2617M processor (1.50GHz with Turbo Boost Technology, with up to 2.60GHz 4MB L3 cache)
Intel® Core™ i5-2520M processor, 3 MB, 2.5 GHz
|Screen||12.1“ 1280×800 Widescreen|
|RAM||Up to 8GB|
|HDD||Up to 500GB|
|SSD||Up to 128GB|
|Graphics||Intel HD Graphics 3000|
Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 Dual Band ABGN
3G/4G Sierra Wireless Gobi 3000
|HDMI Out||Yes||With a little bit of fiddeling for audio output. Not a problem in Fedora 17, just have to set output to HDMI|
|Microphone Jack||Not Tested|
|Wireless||Yes||Needs proprietary drivers, available in non-free repository|
|Bluetooth||Yes||The proprietary firmware have to be extracted from the windows drivers and loaded after suspend|
|Card Reader||Not Tested|
|ExpressCard Slot||Not Tested|
|Fingerprint Reader||Not Tested|
|Docking Station||Yes||Works out of the box with Fedora 17|
|Touch Pad||Bronse||The P771 seperate round scroll pad does not work out of box (Ubuntu/Deb), have not tested the prop. drivers.|
|Suspend/Resume||Yes||Hibernation not tested because of no encryption compability|
Had some troubles with brightness keys in both Debian and Ubuntu, not sure if fixed yet. Sometime works after reboot but not after suspend.
Would be nice to have the scroll pad working. Prop. drivers not tested.
Most things work out-of-box in Ubuntu, I think it was 11.04 I installed a long time ago.
Most things work out-of-box in Fedora 17. Brightness keys don't work after coming out of Suspend, but can be adjusted in the Brightness. Same in Ubuntu 12.04