Fujitsu Announces Stylistic t904, Q704, and q584

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  1. Zeelobby

    Zeelobby Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Did you pay for additional warranty. How much was the base config covered for?

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  2. Deanwvu

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    I did not pay for an additional warranty. 3 year standard warranty.
     
  3. Mesosphere

    Mesosphere Geek. Senior Member

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    Disappointing neither of the pre-configured models come with an SSD. I wonder how accessible the hard drive is for an upgrade.
     
  4. Deanwvu

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    I'll let you know. I have a 500gb samsung evo ssd sitting right here that I plan to put in this machine. I hope it's compatible... This drive was meant to go in the Yoga I ordered (and canceled last night when I ordered the T904).
     
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  5. ykvishal

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    Will it void your warranty?
     
  6. Deanwvu

    Deanwvu Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I do not know. It really should not--I consider hard drives to be fair game for upgrades. What if I filled up that 500gb hybrid drive before my 3 year warranty is up? Should I just not add more storage?

    I will read the terms of the warranty closely before I upgrade though.
     
  7. Precurve

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    Deanwu, that would be super helpful. Understanding the SSD self-upgrade is one of the key things holding me back still. I've braved some significant laptop mods over the years but its getting really hard on some models to do even the simple things.
     
  8. Deanwvu

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    I'll be sure to document the SSD install and post the pics here!
     
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    If it's anything like previous models, it will be a piece of cake and will not void warranty. Although they sure have made it thinner and lighter this time around, so who knows...
     
  10. Tams

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    The Samsung EVO will probably be fine; as long as the bay is accessible.

    Even if for some reason a drive upgrade does void the warranty, there is often no guaranteed way to that a drive has been replaced if the old drive is put back in (with the original OS etc.) before being returned. I've never seen a manufacturer put one of those warning labels on a drive assembly at least.
     
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