T939!

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  1. Compudoc

    Compudoc Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I just noticed that the Fujitsu site has been testing Windows 10 compatibility for their next model!
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    Any rumors regarding the specs?
     
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    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    Wow, good find. I used my best Google-fu, but could only find some warranty add-ons that mention the T939. Nothing on specs.

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    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    Basically all of that, but then seated behind a keyboard... :D
     
  4. FenderP

    FenderP Scribbler - Standard Member

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    I would say it's just the same as the 937/8 with new processor. I'd be surprised if they did anything new, like add Thunderbolt or do anything interesting.
     
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    Amos Storkey Pen Pal - Newbie

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    That reference slipped in. They removed it from the website more recently, but it is still there in the Google cache.

    Our hope that the T939 will be a return to the capabilities of the great Fujitsu laptops of old is unlikely to materialize though.

    Fujitsu: we want high battery capacity, all the ports, a robust machine with a robust turn mechanism, decent resolution and a proper Wacom EMR pen driver with a pen dock. I.e. a properly updated T902... And yes, VGA, ethernet etc etc. is still important. Fill us in soon!
     
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  6. Compudoc

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    Yes Fujitsu, please give me back that beautiful 2560x1440 display! Or else I may have to buy a 4K Lenovo X1 Yoga when I upgrade this year...
     
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