Fujitsu Announces Stylistic Q584 (Bay Trail)

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  1. Tourniquet

    Tourniquet Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Official webpage: STYLISTIC Q584
    Official specs: PDF

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    Specs: STYLISTIC Q584
    10.1’’ IPS Display – 2560x1600 Resolution / 400 cd/m² / 800:1
    Digitizer (Wacom)
    Intel Atom Z3770 – 2.4GHz
    4Gb RAM
    3G / 4G Mobile Broadband Options with GPS
    Up to 128GB mSATA SSD
    IP5x rated – Water and Dust Resistant
    Windows 8.1 / Pro
    microSDXC slot (up to 64Gb)
    2 megapixel front camera, 8 megapixel back camera
    640g
    Up to 10 hours battery life.
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    I must say this thing looks pretty awesome. Identical resolution to my 30" 16:10 monitor, that will make RDP convenient =P
     
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    Great news, the Q584 will have a wacom digitizer.

    Source: @der_aba
     
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    WHEN?

    HOW MUCH?


    Who cares how much, just release the beast...I would encourage folks to start posting information here instead of the joint forum so we can keep the good stuff on this Bay Trail fantasy segregated from the other Fuji riff raff.
     
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    One thing I noticed on the Fuji site that was not commented on earlier is they say this will come with a REAL mSATA SSD - not the leisurely eMMC so common in Atom netbooks and tablets. Now, if they will just blow it out to 4GB so there is more operating headroom, I am convinced it will be fast enough for those of us demanding a companion device but sick of the laggy behavior of the ThinkPad Tablet 2.

    NOTE TO FUJI - offer a black version - white is SOOOOOOOOOOO Samsung...
     
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    Bronsky Wait and Hope. Senior Member

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    Can you ever go wrong with basic black?

    I think this is the perfect for what you call a companion device. My X301 stays at my desk chugging along and my tablet goes out and about. This Fuji looks about perfect in that role. Hopefully, the keyboard is decent and I would have liked a backlit version but this tablet puts all of the right checkmarks in the correct place for me: 16:10 - check. Wacom pen - check. Matt AG display - check. Pen silo - check. 400nits outdoor viewable display - check (my Q552 display is really something to write home about and I routinely use it on my deck without a problem). Build quality of the Fuji is second to none. I love the quality of the Q552 which is built like a tank. Add to that the fact that with keyboard base, the Fuji is no thicker than the Q552 naked. The new unit will take up half of the space it now occupies in my briefcase.

    I know you're not big on waiting (how's that for understatement) but this might be worth the wait. Keeping my fingers crossed about the quad core Bay Trail Atom and hopefully we get 4GB of RAM option. If they sell this without the base, I would guess that we're looking at $1,500 by the time you order one properly equipped and another $300 for LTE (seriously considering that as well).
     
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    Really. Purchasing this all depends about price. If I can get a 256GB SP2 for significantly less, I just don't think I can bring myself to do it...

    Ugh. Then again I'll find a way. This is really the perfect companion device.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk
     
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    I want this to be my next computer, but the fact that it's limited to 128gb of space is bit of a no, and 10.1in maybe a little small of me now(would prefer 10.5in at 16:10). Also do we know if it's a full size SD or micro?
     
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