Fujitsu Lifebook T936 specs

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  1. ATIVQ

    ATIVQ V⅁O⅄ Senior Member

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    Specs for the Lifebook T936 from the Czech Fujitsu site.

    • 6th gen Core i5/i7
    • 4/8/16 GB RAM
    • FHD/WQHD display, mirror finish, Wacom EMR digitizer
    • 128/256/512 GB SSD
    • Intel WiFi ac
    • Sierra Wireless UMTS/LTE
    • 45Wh battery
    • Fingerprint reader, smartcard reader, port replicator, backlit keyboard, TPM, vPro, dual mic, FHD front camera, Ethernet port
    • 1.6 kg (3.5 lb)
    No surprises, it's the T904/T935 with a 6th gen processor and 16GB of RAM. If it ain't broken, don't fix it.

    I hope they finally fixed the underperforming tinny speakers.
     
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    sartonnis Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Glad they're sticking with EMR, at least. Lotta companies moving over to AES, for better or for worse.
     
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    Nice find!
    Would have been nice if they had used the Core i7-6650U (Iris 540 graphics) instead of the Core i7-6600U (HD 520 graphics). RAM is probably still single-channel as well.
    Will be interesting to see how thermal and fan management works out. IMHO the achilles heel of many Fujitsus.
    If they didn't fix those poor excuse of so-called speakers, someone needs to slap the responsible persons over their heads.

    Also, given that their focus is mostly towards business users, I wish they would release something with a non-16:9 screen.
     
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    Most probably not. :rolleyes:
     
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    The speakers are the same awful on our two T5010, so this seems to be a Fujitsu choice and I wouldn't expect any change either. Making sure that you can't disturb an office environment?
     
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    Worth noting that the T936 will have Up to Core i7 Skylake CPU- Microsoft recently announced it an early support cutoff date for Windows 7 for Skylake processors, meaning you will be forced to use Windows 10. My issue presently with Windows 10 is the forced Windows Updates that at this time can replace some of your existing Fujistu drivers with Microsoft's default ones, meaning you may have to constantly keep re- installing the Fujistu drivers. So, I decided on the T935 with Windows 7 to be safe.
     
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    I'm in a remote area so bandwidth is limited and I need to prevent windows from updating automatically. You can turn off automatic updates through the administrative group policies.

    http://www.howtogeek.com/224471/how-to-prevent-windows-10-from-automatically-downloading-updates/
     
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    Well, at least it's still EMR. With Fujitsu potentially letting it's computer division go, then it makes sense that there's nothing really new.
     
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    Looks like it's finally available. As usual, pretty expensive.
     
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