"Official" T904 Thread

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  1. Sarge

    Sarge Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Hello,
    just received my t904 today. I have been through these forums several times before but I don't think I've ran across anyone with my problems.

    After updating and downloading all the drivers and updates for windows 8.1 I find that the pressure sensitivity doesn't seem to be working as it should. The included stylus has great calibration, but it doesn't write without quite a bit of pressure. I originally thought that it was because of the Photodon screen protector I installed but unfortunately I removed it without any success. The pen reminds me of using n trig, or even worse where you can slide the tip across the screen with light force without making a mark. I find I'm missing many strokes that I've never missed on other devices (I've owned most of the big names).

    Anybody have any ideas? Would be much appreciated.
     
  2. ATIVQ

    ATIVQ V⅁O⅄ Senior Member

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    First thing is checking the Wacom Pen settings and adjusting the tip firmness.
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    If the issue persists, borrow a different pen that's compatible with Wacom tablet PC digitizers (for example Bamboo Stylus Feel) and see if its pressure sensitivity works properly.
     
  3. Sarge

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  4. Sarge

    Sarge Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Thanks for the reply. I found that adjusting tip feel made for bolder lines once the activation had occured but it didnt seem to help otherwise. I have two of the included fujitsu styluses and they feel the same. Ill have to see if I can get my hands on one of the feel pens to see if it makes a difference.
     
  5. zxcool

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    I am looking to buy the Lifebook T935 for school, which is the same as the T904 and I was wondering has anyone had problems with the hinge on the device? Does it wear down? or what? How long have you had it? thanks.
     
  6. Unlogic

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    I've used my T904 7-days a week for a year now both at work and at home without any noticeable wear to the hinge so I'd say it's pretty solid.
     
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  7. zxcool

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    So, When you say noticeable do you mean it has weaken some? or none? lol, sry im just trying not to drop 2K on a computer that won't last me. And is the RAM accessible? thx
     
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    Should i get the Lifebook T935 or the Thinkpad Lenovo yoga 12" 2nd gen?
     
  9. Unlogic

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    None what-so-ever that I have been able to detect. Hinge wise it seems to be just as sturdy as the old HP Elitebook tablets I've previously used.
     
  10. ATIVQ

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    The Yoga 12 wins in price hands down - $1300 new, vs $2200 for the T935 (though it costs much less in Europe and comes with all the extra features). The selling points for the T935 are the built-in LTE mobile broadband and the WQHD display. If you don't need those, go for the Yoga.
     
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