fugistu a555 Intel® Core™ i3-5005U processor notebook performance, display quality, sound quality, and battery backup specs needed


I am planning to buy the budget laptop from fugistu a555 Intel® Core™ i3-5005U processor notebook.

I would like to know from other members about the notebook performance and the display quality and sound quality.

I would also like to require information about the battery backup of the notebook for streaming videos using wifi, playing videos from the notebook hard disk, streaming music using wifi and playing music from the harddisk, and browsing the internet.

Also, does the notebook support 64-bit virtualization for me to install different open source Linux distros using virtual box.

Please revert as soon as possible.

Thanks for your support.

Warm Regards,
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RaminTechnical AdvisorCommented:
I am planning to buy the budget laptop from Fujistu a555 Intel® Core™ i3-5005U processor notebook

please have a look at these models and prices and match with your budget, then we will discus about it.


in related to your request, I also preferred only those which comes with Windows 10,
and if 100 GB is enough for your data files ( 150 GB for Windows files and Programs, and 100 GB for your data files (music, video, ... ) )  then 250 GB SSD is excellent and very fast.

and honestly I don't have a lot of experience about Linux. I'll let  other Experts to discus about it.
Shaun VermaakTechnical SpecialistCommented:
As for the CPU, this is one of the few sources I trust
Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
The processor in that notebook supports both vt-x (hardware assisted virtualization) and vt-d (passthrough of I/O devices to a VM), so yes, it will work fine for virtualization.

As for performance, the CPU scores 2925 on PassMark -- not a really high score, but a respectable score that should provide plenty of performance for streaming videos (a general rule of thumb is you need 2000 "Passmarks" to do a glitch-free stream).

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