Fujitsu has three new Multi-Touch convertibles:T4410,T4310 and a Multitouch T5010

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  1. SuperFlyBoy

    SuperFlyBoy Scribbler - Standard Member

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    This is why I posted the links to those pages, earlier - on the UK site.... ;)

    Oh yes, and I was just asking generally about PCCard vs. ExpressCard functionality...
     
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    I am disappointed that the T9600 is still the fastest processor available also.
     
  3. Samk

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    T4310& T4410 specs also say: "8GB with future memory modules", I wonder what it means. 64 bit OS can support way over 8GB, why do these new tablets still only take 4GB. There is no Blue-ray either.

    Unfortunately calls from US go to call center in Philippines, they are not exactly technical over there.

    What are the advantages in buying T4310/T4410 over T5010.

    What are the prices in UK; I am assuming T5010 is more expensive than these new tablets?

    T4310/T4410 have smaller screen, HDMI.

    When will Fujitsu come out with totally new tablet PCs.
     
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  5. Frank

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    nice.
    First I thought, wow, that's cheap, how is this possible.

    Soon I realized the differences:
    T4410 for $1,299
    slow T6670 C2D
    normal 12.1" WXGA LED backlight LCD (200 nit)

    T4410 for $1,649
    fast P8700 C2D
    probably Beo Hydis 12.1" WXGA LED backlight bright LCD with wide-viewing angles for better outdoor viewing (300 nit, 160 degree horizontal and vertical viewing angle)

    It's obvious how Fujitsu is able to sell them for such a 'low' price. Useless display and cheaper CPU.
    As always with tablets, you get what you pay for.
     
  6. DRTigerlilly

    DRTigerlilly Tablet Lead Mod (Retired) Super Moderator

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    i'm still kind of disappointed that no OEM can get a tablet w/ an intel chip inside below $1000...are my expectations so unrealistic?
     
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    My disappointment lies with the fact that no manufacturer can produce a tablet convertible with discrete graphics, like my M7 has...which is why I'm keeping it around!
     
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    Too bad that the US site shows the T4410 with a white keyboard - this is one of the reasons I never went with the T5510, which now has a grey/black keyboard...

    Hey, even the US version of the T5510 is showing a white keyboard!

    The UK site displays a black/grey keyboard for both...
     
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    @ superflyboy...you're right about the discrete graphics...so right...but i'd want intel + discrete....at the risk of being lambasted, someone needs to take a page from Apple.
     
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