Q702 shipping with Win7 and Win8!

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  1. bloodycape

    bloodycape confused Senior Member

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    Well I did have one, but I lost it when I moved back home, though I did have profile saved on an external, but that is only for my Vaio though. I wish there was somewhere local to really view this particular model, but the MS Store doesn't carry any Fujitsu products, and the only tablet I have seen in store is the Vaio Duo at the local Sony store and the Ativ Pro. I really want to see this in person so I can get a real fair judgement on it before deciding if this is more or if something else is.

    I noticed that newegg has a model with 160gb hdd, but I don't see any model with HDD listed on Fujitsu's website. Is that a typo, or are there HDD models out there? If so how easy would it be to swapped it with a 320gb hdd or an SSD?
     
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    kneebuster Long time tablet PC user

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    The Q702 takes an mSATA drive. I don't believe there are any HDD in that form factor so it's likely a typo.
     
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    dceggert Owner of a TabletPC Museum Senior Member

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    According to the Q702 datasheet only SSD's are available in 32, 64, 128, and 256 GB.
     
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    bloodycape confused Senior Member

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    I just looked again, and I guess it was a typo, because it's fixed now, it's a 64gb model. I guess I will wait a few weeks and see if a review of the T732 comes out, and also see how the Lenovo Helix, and HP's pen pan out.
     
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    I suppose each monitor can only be calibrated with a few parameters such as brightness and gamma, as opposed to a full 3-D color calibration, so in the end they still display the same image differently after calibration, i.e. some colors are the same but others are different. Do I understand this correctly?


    This level of detailed info is really helpful. Thank you!
     
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