Fujitsu T5010 morphs into T900/TH900 with Core i7

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  1. Shogmaster

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    Oops, I was 5 minutes earlier. :D

    But when I think again, it seems this forum section is the right place for this topic.
     
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  3. Shogmaster

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    Well of course it is! :p

    I sure hope this thing is @ CES. I'll be pissed if it isn't. I also hope they tweek the case enough for a HDMI port...

    Also, I wonder if the T4410 will get Core i5 or i7....
     
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    So, I'm still a potential buyer here. I had myself all convinced to pick up a T5010 refurb, now this happens. How long do you expect it will be before these are available for purchase?
     
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    I'll find out for you in 3 weeks...
     
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    So, what is your interpretation of the performance changes between, say, the standard P8600 Dual Core and this new i7 620M? Where will we see the biggest differences, and by how much?
     
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    http://anandtech.com/bench/default.aspx?p=109&p2=76

    Close as I can get. Obviously not a direct comparo, but should be close as how they would compare (since the bench shows closest quad core cousins of the two chips we are trying to compare).
     
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    Doubt that, If you've read the FCC document, Fuitsu said TH900/T900 is electrically the same with T5010, with exception of new chipset and processor. But who knows? :D

    Aah.. nice means upgraded IGP here..
     
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    Core i7 in a tablet? That's nice.

    But the on-die integrated graphics better not force out any dedicated graphics options, for that's what I'm really itching for in a Tablet PC-something that usually costs well over US$1000 new, which I consider the "custom-built gaming desktop PC" price range.

    I don't think it will, though-there have been a few laptops over the years that somehow have both the typical Intel GMA crap for power saving and dedicated ATI or NVIDIA graphics for when you need the performance and aren't worried about battery life. That would be the ideal solution if it could be implemented seamlessly.
     
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