Fujitsu T 4000 Questions

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  1. saildawg

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    I have been using the Average
    C3500 model on trial for 2 days, in
    order to become familiar with the Tablet
    PC operating System. I am really interested
    in the Fujitsu T 4000, but my use of
    the Avertec has given me some questions.
    First, how is the heat management?
    This system I am using is unbearably.
    hot, and gets hot very quickly. Secondly,
    how is battery life? Third, how comfortable
    is it to hold while standing with it in
    tablet (slate) mode? Fourth, how
    is the microphone quality. I am a med
    Student and would line to use it for
    recording lectures. Finally. how
    noisy is it? Thanks for any help.
     
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    I've never owned T4000 (but plan to), so I can't comment on heat issue.

    However, as for recording lectures, it might not fair too well with any notebook.

    Unless you get a front row sit right up with the prof. the sound quality wouldn't be all that great. You could get directional microphone and try it that way.
     
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    Thanks for the reply, I have noticed that recording while taking notes is hard due to scratching Sounds. If anyone can answer my other questions, I would really appreciate it. Thanks
     
  4. Barry J. Doyle

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    The Fujitsu will run much cooler than the Athlon-based C3500. The battery life will also be at least double that of the Averatec. Fujitsu uses a suede backing on the bottom of their tablets that adds additional comfort and sheiding from heat in slate mode. I can't comment on the quality of the mic on the T4000, but Fujitsu's excellent quality on the ST5000 Tablet PC and every other notebook I have used personally has always been well above par. In final, I think that the T4000 would be a huge step up in quality, but it is of course more expensive.
     
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