Pros

  • Good HD webcam
  • Handsome design, big hard drive

Cons

  • No ethernet support, keyboard isn't great
  • Sub-par performance and audio

At A Glance

The Fujitsu Lifebook UH572 looks cool and is reasonably priced, but performance and other key features disappoint.

Manufacturer’s Website

http://www.fujitsu.com/us

The Specs

Processor
Processor type Intel Core i5
Processor speed 1700.0 MHz
Display
Display size 13.3 inches
Display type Glossy LCD with LED Backlight
Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels
Storage
Drives included 1.0
General Information
UPC Code 611343092197
Ports and Connections
Available Interfaces Bluetooth
Memory
Memory size 4000.0 MB
Memory type DDR3
Other Features
Devices
  • Built-In Microphone
  • Built-In Webcam

Performance

Overall Performance
Worldbench Score 97.0
Worldbench Version 7
Battery
Battery Life 4:29   (hh:mm)
Start Up
Start Up 22.5   seconds (lower is better)
Office Productivity
PCMark 7 Productivity Suite 1795.0   score (higher is better)
Web Browsing
Web Performance 11.2   Frames per second (higher is better)
Storage Performance
File Compression 581.1   seconds (lower is better)
Hard Drive File Operations 486.0   seconds (lower is better)
Content Creation
Image Editing 235.3   seconds (lower is better)
Video Encoding 211.0   seconds (lower is better)
Audio Encoding 155.1   seconds (lower is better)
Power Usage
WorldBench Green Score 89.0
Working power usage 2.4   Watt hours
Idle power usage 9.0   Watts
Gaming
Gaming Score 74.0
Crysis 2, High Quality, 1366x768 12.4   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, High Quality, 800x600 18.9   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, Low Quality, 1366x768 16.9   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, Low Quality, 800x600 26.0   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, High Quality, 1366x768 18.8   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, High Quality, 800x600 24.3   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, Low Quality, 1366x768 35.4   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, Low Quality, 800x600 41.9   Frames per second (higher is better)