Fujitsu Lifebook T937

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  1. FenderP

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    Update: ordered the U727. 7 - 10 business days, being shipped from Japan.
     
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    I thought they ship it from the US? or it is too early now?

    I ordered the Celcius H760 and it took 4 weeks to ship from Japan (they promised on the phone 7-10 days too)
     
  3. FenderP

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    CTOs are built and shipped from Japan.

    That said, I need to call them. It went from a ship date of 3/6 to 5/10. I need it way before then, so I'm less than happy at the moment.
     
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    It seems like the T937 in the US doesn't have a bridge battery but a dock?
     
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    It may be only optional. Where did you get that info? I got the opposite information directly from Fujitsu when I asked them:
     
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    on shopfujitsu, you may order a dock
     
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    Just a small aside - the U727 showed up today. I'm still configuring and installing stuff, but so far I'm pleased. Build quality seems to be excellent, and it does not feel like a cheap machine (nor should it for what I paid lol). Much as I hate to admit it, Panasonic's Let's Note line is mainly plastic so it feels cheaper. The screen is nicer than I thought it would be. It's not as nice as the Z Canvas' display, but I didn't expect it to be.

    I really wish they made a P or R727 that could be easily expanded from a memory perspective - in other words, take the U727 and just slap on a pen-enabled screen. Guess with the stuff for making it pen enabled on the motherboard it wasn't possible. Oh well.
     
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    Don't worry about that, must be a glitch in the matrix...
     
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