4215 XSGA+ vs 4210 XGA

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  1. Saberwalk

    Saberwalk Pen Pal - Newbie

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    First time poster, wonderful forum. I am expecting my T4215 with SXGA on Wednesday. I have some anxiety about the size of type on the native resolution--have you tried it at that resolution? I noticed you use 1280X1024, how does that compare to the 1024 from the XGA screen?

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  2. snlkmr

    snlkmr Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I recieved my T4215 SXGA+, 1 GB mem, 2.16 Core 2 duo;
    SXGA is just the right thing for me. I need the higher resolution. Small fonts is not a problem most times. As for the viewing angle, I have not seen is being a problem. 50 + 50 degree has not been a limitation for regular use.
    While using the full resolution, I prefer the full brightness for comfortable viewing. I just submitted my request for free Vista upgrade support DVDs and Vista upgrade DVD from Fujitsu. I installed the supplied screen protector - now I watch less when my toddler scribbles on it.
     
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    snlkmr -- how is the battery life on the T4215? I'm looking between that one and the x60, and I'd love to hear how long it goes on the primary battery alone.
     
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    I could have sworn I ha answered this question to you in a different thread...
     
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