which is newer?

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  1. Madcap

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    I thought that the 4020 was the newest fujitsu tablet out there, but on your model listing it has the Fujitsu LifeBook P1500 released in 2k5 while the 4020 was released in 2k4. If the P1500 is newer why is everyone going with the 4020? I haven't really heard much talk on the P1500 so I would have thought that that was an older model... What is the biggest difference? On the fulitsu website, they say that the screen is a touch screen. It also just looks like an overall worse product. I'm all confused now... :(
     
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    The P1500 is an entirely different model. It is very small and lightweight. The T4020 was updated (on the inside) to the Sonoma platform at the end of August 2005. This is a relatively new refresh (and most current model in the T4000 series line).
     
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    The P1500 has a passive screen and is designed for a different user than pure tablets.
     
  4. Madcap

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    Ah ok. Sorry about that. I was getting confused with the release dates and everything. Thanks for the information.
     
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    It can be confusion, the P1500 does come with the Tablet OS.
     
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    hmmm... I guess when it said touch screen they actually meant the electromagnetic then.
     
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