crystal view and toshiba

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  1. tuhfa

    tuhfa Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Are there crystal view tablet? I wonder how's the screen of the tablets, like T4000 series.

    Also, how is Fujitsu T series compared to Toshiba tablets?

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  2. Barry J. Doyle

    Barry J. Doyle Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    I personally love the "indoor" display on the Fujitsu Tablets. They offer two options - one being "indoor" which is extra bright and clear. The other display is designed specifically for both indoor/outdoor use. This particular display is not quite as vibrant as the "indoor" display.

    Toshiba's Portege M200 has an average quality display at best, however newer models are due to be released soon.

    The Averatec C3500 has what you might call a "crystal view" display which is much like the XBrite technology found on many notebooks.

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  3. tuhfa

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    So is the indoor mode similar in quality as crystal view?

    I never seen one in reality, only online, that's why have no idea.

    Anyone knows any Fujitsu showrooms in the Greator Los Angeles?
     
  4. Barry J. Doyle

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    Hi Tuhfa,

    I can say this, from my experience at CES, I recall that the indoor display is exceptional. Also we will be reviewing the ST5000 Tablet from Fujitsu that will include several photos. I will be sure to pay close attention to the display and post my thoughts on that as soon as we receive the unit which is due to arrive shortly.

    Barry

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    No, they don't offer CV in their tablets. I suspect there would be issues with the pen rubbing on the high gloss coating. Fry's is the only one I know of who stocks any Fujitsu product. If you want to order, I suggest www.portableone.com. They offer a nice return policy if you don't like it.

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    Interestingly though, the display on the Averatec C3500 is very similar with a glossy finish. Of course we did not have the review unit long enough to see any wear and tear to the display over time.

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