Fujitsu Lifebook T937

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  1. Yao

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    yes. its sad that Lenovo is taking over fujitsu's PC business.

    I hope lenovo improves it and keeps the tradition going.
     
  2. IloveNY

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    which is unlikedly to happen. Look what they did to IBM and NEC. Both were legends and after Lenovo's taking over, they lost a lot of fans...

    I can only hope. Let's see.
     
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    But maybe they'll make service manuals available.
     
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  5. Starlight5

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    Dim display with PWM... underwhelming to say the least.
     
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  6. Yao

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  7. minde

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    Something strange about t937. No available in japan website
     
  8. ATIVQ

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    T938 and P728 are rolling out soon. If you want a computer for cheap I read around here that you can get a T904 for $200 on eBay. If you want the latest and greatest I wouldn't bother with Fujitsu (unless you want LTE or other "business" features)
     
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  9. Starlight5

    Starlight5 So what if I'm crazy? The best people are.

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    @ATIVQ indeed, same chassis and dim displays as T937 & P727 respectably - which still are very pricey. Unless Lenovo changes the situation with Fujitsu parts availability & pricing dramatically, purchasing a used one isn't the brightest idea; Thinkpads, EliteBooks and Latitudes come with LTE and other business features as well, sadly there is no point favoring Fuji over them - unlike the times Lifebook did offer some unique features, unavailable on machines of other brands.
     
  10. Rondo60

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    What issues are there with Fujitsu parts availability and how does Lenovo enter into that?
     
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