This entry is about my little Fujitsu Lifebook P7120. It sits on my wooden IKEA storage shelf above my printers and surround-sound and plays study jazz on YouTube while I study at my desk. It’s ten years old now.
It’s really too slow for anything else but play music in this age of apps running through the web. I bought it used way back when and have had it ever since.
It’s gone through some transplants – new main board (a.k.a. motherboard) and power switch. Also, an upgrade in memory (a whopping 1.5 GB), a solid-state drive, and a new battery.
I did the Windows Experience Index as a test. Here are the results.