Discussion in 'Fujitsu' started by stoneseeker, Aug 24, 2013.
We should just make a "fantasize about your next tablet PC" thread.
Don't forget the backlit keyboard!!
Fujitsu promised us a light-up keyboard on the T902 back in 2012 in the ad videos, but it never came until just recently! I'm hoping they will include it in the T903 the moment it gets released!
Everyone seems to want dedicated graphics on this thing, which doesn't seem too farfetched seeing that there are new <1" gaming laptops with GTX 765's. But since Fujitsu is more business oriented any discrete GPU's will be either AMD FirePro or Nvidia Quadro professional GPU's.
And curiously I've always wondered why the T902 came with a 100 W power supply when it can't even use half of it!
Like a measily GT 710m/HD 8450m that uses 5W ?
Well, I think the point is that most of us like the t902 in many respects, but find it just a little bit off. It's not that I want any ol' thing-- I want something like the t902, just with a detachable screen. That's why we're goofing off and pondering what we wish it'd be like-- though clearly some of us would be disapointed if the other half go what they wanted.
Well it seems there is a lot of news popping out from the IFA,
but nothing about Fujitsu.
Does anybody knows if they are attending?
It would be nice to see if they present the T903
With more and more N-Trig 15" tablets being announced (Acer R7, Sony Flip), I have a bad feeling Fujitsu is switching to N-Trig for the T903 if this 15" rumor turns out to be true...
My first experience with N-Trig was when I used the HP TX2z. I heard that N-Trig improved a lot from then though.
I wonder if wacom is reeling in 3rd party use now that it is releasing a tablet of their own?
It's not horrible anymore, but it's no Wacom in pressure curve behavior.
I have seen a press conference in the German Fujitsu website.
It seems they are only showcasing the LIFEBOOK U554 and the LIFEBOOK U574 at the IFA -
I hope this means they are waiting for Q4 because they want to include the i7-4950HQ with Iris pro
Meanwhile I am looking really interested into the Yoga Thinkpad development...
I'm waiting for big tablet PCs, 13" +. Sony and Fujitsu should be delivering that. Lenovo seems to make tiny tablet PCs.
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