The C2210 is the first Fujitsu notebook to offer a DVD-R/RW drive — write and rewrite DVDs now, as well as CDs. The slightly hefty weight (3.6kg without power supply) is offset by a great feature set packed into a great-looking metallic silver casework. Great-looking, that is, when viewed from the top; a less attractive light grey plastic is used around the sides and underneath.
Our C2210 had a 15in display capable of a maximum resolution of 1024x768 and ran an Intel Pentium 4-Mobile processor, 256MB of DDR SDRAM (up to 768MB can be used), a 40GB hard disk and a 32MB ATI Radeon IGP 340M graphics chipset.
A media slot reads Secure Digital and Memory Stick cards, which is useful for photography enthusiasts and the like. Two Type II or one Type III PC Cards are supported and a 3.5in floppy drive is integrated. Video output is delivered through S-Video TV-out and VGA-out ports. Built-in 802.11b Wi-Fi, a 56Kbps modem and 10/100 Ethernet connector supply connectivity. Additional ports include four USB 2.0 plus single FireWire, infrared, parallel and serial ports.
Audio is a big focus of the C2210, with S/PDIF (optical-out), headphone and microphone ports complementing the built-in stereo speakers and front-located CD player controls and small LCD display. These controls also double as application shortcut keys.