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  1. bart

    bart Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Im between the new t4000 with the new 915 chip set & the acer 314.ill be using this for mostly floor plan lay outs in the field.which one is better,and more durable
     
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    The question is also whether that über-display of fujitsu is really better than the other stuff on the market
     
  3. Barry J. Doyle

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    The Fujitsu is lighter, but lacks the larger display and NVIDIA video card featured on the C314. The battery life on the Fujitsu however is more than double that of the C314.
     
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    "The battery life on the Fujitsu however is more than double that of the C314."

    A significant part of that is related to the ULV processor used in the Fujitsu. You can undervolt your CPU (like overclocking, but in reverse), and you can get similar (but not identical) results.

    Intel uses the same "speed binning" process to determine which chips will be Low Voltage and ULV as they do with which ones will be a 1.6 Ghz and which will be 2.0Ghz.
     
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    FYI Everyone: The Fujitsu specs. on their site are incorrect. The T4000 uses a LV processor, not ULV. Thanks to Brian for pointing this out.
     
  6. bart

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    yes but aside from the screen size difference and weight..no gaming ,just office work,and drawing floor plans in the field.Which is the more durable,reliable,and best product.
     
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    I would go with Fujitsu for build quality hands down. The only one as good in my view is IBM.
     
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    Thanks Brian.if only the ibm had an opticle drive.i geuss ill go with the 4010..but do wish you had reviewed it.thanks again
     
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    We might get to the newly refreshed unit now that it's starting to ship. It's very nice though, I've used it a little bit.
     
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