Fujitsu Lifebook T937 Specs: CPU: 7th gen Intel Core i-U (7200U, 7300U, 7360U, 7560U, 7660U) available with and without vPro and TPM RAM: 4, 8, or 16GB DDR4 DIMM (optional 4GB GPU RAM?) SSD: 128GB to 512GB M.2 and/or PCIe NVMe Wi-Fi: Intel Dual Band Wireless AC 8265 2 x 2 AC + Bluetooth Display: FHD clear or anti-glare Pen: Wacom AES (2nd gen?) with storage silo Battery: 50Wh main battery (and 13Wh backup battery for hot-swapping the other?) Smart card reader, fingerprint sensor Optional: palm vein sensor, 3G/LTE Sierra Wireless EM7455 with GPS Ports: VGA, HDMI, headphone/mic, two full-sized USB, USB C, Ethernet, full-sized SD, smart card, power. Changes from T904/T935/T936: Display isn't high-PPI 2560x1440 anymore No physical volume buttons or Windows button Fan appears to be larger Hinge appears to be chunkier Speakers next to display instead of on front, appear to be larger Activity LEDs on front, not the side of the chassis RAM and SSD appear to have access panels for upgrades without opening the chassis Power switch on the display assembly, not the side of the chassis MicroSIM instead of MiniSIM Wacom AES instead of EMR Chassis is plastic Touchpad is plastic My opinion: without the QHD display and Wacom EMR it's simply not worth the price - $1800 base model, $3600 highest-end model. They are definitely aiming at the road-warrior market, AKA field service engineer, with the hot-swappable battery, LTE, pen, and VGA port. This device really reminds me of Panasonic ToughBooks and Xplore/Motion Rugged PCs, only without the rugged chassis (although my T904 takes some serious beatings... dropped it on a concrete floor once, oops). I suppose businesses pay a premium for these features, but pretty much everybody else is better served with a Wacom Mobile Studio Pro. Spoiler: Original post, quick start guide Another year, another T9xx refresh! T901, T902, T904, T935, T936... T937! Possibly the last of a dying breed of "old-school" swivel-display tablet PCs. Quick start guide: From the quick start guide we learn Fujitsu made some pretty freaky changes: VGA port! WHAT! USB C (Thunderbolt? Probably not) in addition to the previous models' 2 full-size USB ports (appears to be) LARGER SPEAKERS! (appears to be) LARGER FAN! (hopefully quieter as a result) (appears to be) separate RAM and SSD access panels so you can upgrade without opening the chassis! Power switch on the display assembly, not the side of the chassis Activity LEDs on front, not the side of the chassis Windows button not on the display assembly (probably next to the volume buttons) PalmSecure AND fingerprint reader options MicroSIM instead of MiniSIM ...no pen silo? This is a true classic road warrior tablet PC in an Ultrabook form factor. Full specs will probably be released soon. Spoiler: Fujitsu shop specs Hardware specs. FHD display, Wacom AES. Bye bye EMR and QHD.