Lifebook U939x

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  1. chucklepunch

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    Anyone seen information on release date and official global pricing? I've just seen the Japanese version translates to roughly $3k USD. Hoping it drops for quite a bit less, considering the rather bland specs and EMR pen. Looks nice in red, though.

    - Official Specs Page


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    The video says it's AES, contrary to the OP's claim that it's EMR.
     
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    Yeah it is definitely AES. Original literature from 3rd party site had it wrong.

    In any event, still uses a 15w CPU even at max configuration. Simply not enough power for my needs. Only the HP Zbook has more power but those things are like $5k and have a habit of dying about 3 seconds out of warranty
     
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    I actually don’t mind AES at all. I’ve been using Wacom products and third party implementation of Wacom tech for around 20 years. I got by with absolute junk so these new AES systems feel well beyond adequate, imho. Especially with software picking up the slack via extremely in depth brush engines and real time line smoothing.

    Junk processor is another story ha.
     
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    What computer do you use now with AES?
     
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    Current system is Lenovo Yoga 370 for mobile painting/designing/production. Not perfect for heavy lifting (3D, PSDs with working filesize >1GB) but fantastic for painting.

    Workstation uses a Yiynova cintiq alternative, which is roughly equal to AES level specs but felt just fine even stepping into it directly after 4 years of daily Cintiq 24hd usage. All the various technologies are quite usable nowadays.
     
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