Which One!?!?!?!

Discussion in 'What Tablet PC Should I Buy?' started by mrwjamazing, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. mrwjamazing

    mrwjamazing Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Hey,

    I'm looking around for the best Tablet PC for me.

    I'm not fussed on the price. But I want to use photoshop, the web, emails, word etc.

    Probably, I want a 12 inch screen, a big processor (probably not the Low Voltage ones), a big hard drive and an optical dive.

    Which one would you choose for me? Comment Back.

    Thanks, :)
     
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    mrwjamazing Pen Pal - Newbie

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    General Questions.

    1. What is your budget?
    It doesn't Matter.

    2. Do you prefer a Slate, Convertible or Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC)?
    Convertible

    3. What size Tablet PC would you prefer?
    Small and light ~ 5" to 8.9"
    Compact ~ 10"
    Mainstream ~ 12.1"
    Large ~ 14"
    Mainsteam or Large


    4. Which country do you intent to purchase from?
    UK, but could ship over from US (much cheaper)

    5. Do you have any preferences to brand loyalty or dislikes?
    Nope

    6. How many hours battery life do you require?
    3>

    7. What do you intend to use the Tablet for?
    Design Work, Architecture, Photoshop, 3D

    8. Do you have an OS preference?
    Nope, which is the best? What do you think of Linux

    9. What software and tasks do you intend to run?
    Photoshop, Rhino, Word, Email, Web, Pro Desktop

    10. Do you intend playing Games. If so please list.
    Mildly


    Screen Specifics

    1. Do you prefer standard or widescreen?
    Standard

    2. What resolution do you prefer?
    XGA - 1024x768 ~ Large and easy to read text and graphic icons but you fit less on the screen.
    SXGA - 1400x1050 ~ Small text and graphic icons which require good vision but the gain is a much larger screen.
    WXGA - 1280x768 ~ Wider viewing angle of XGA but ideal for viewing Spreadsheets and other programs that require desktop space.
    Depends

    3. Do you require an Indoor only or Indoor/Outdoor screen option?
    See explanation below for guidance.
    Deosn't Matter

    4. Do you require a Passive or Active Digitizer?
    See explanation below for guidance.
    Active

    5. Do you require Wacom or Finepoint Technology?
    See explanation below for guidance.
    Wacom

    Component Specifics

    1. What size Hard Drive and Memory do you require?
    <120GB Hard Drive, 2BG Memory

    2. Do you require an Optical Drive?
    Yes

    3. Do you require ability to add a second Battery or Hard Drive (Modular Bay technology)?
    If possible.
     
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    Toshiba M400 or Fujitsu T4220

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    Which One!?!?!?!


    Thanks :)
     
  5. Benjamin Chin

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    Fujitsu LifeBook T4220. It has a balanced overall excellence, given your requirement for a high-powered tablet-notebook.

    Fujitsu has better built quality, reputation and has more experience with modern tablet designs and features. It is also known to provide good customer care service.

    Fujitsu LifeBook is associated with quality, performance, and lifestyle.
     
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    leaftye Old timer Super Moderator

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    I'd rather get circumcised...again....than suffer through the Toshiba experience. I love Fuji products. It's a no brainer for me: get the Fujitsu T4220.
     
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    Thanks! :)
     
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    mrwjamazing Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I will probably import it from the US. In these forums people have said to use Laptop Authority, is there any other better shippers?

    And also, what is different from a US T4220, to a UK T4220??? Would I need to get a converter for the power, because UK Home sockets have higher voltages?!?!?
     
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    Interesting question. I am in Singapore, hence let members from US & UK answer you.
     
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    Frank Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    The AC-Adapter works both in US and Europe (100-240V @ 50-60Hz). Maybe you'll need another cable, connector or adapter, because I think UK uses other power plugs than US.
    The US keyboard layout has one key less than the UK keyboard. US vs. UK keyboard layout
    Everything else will be fine for you.

    and:
    UK: Fujitsu Siemens
    US: Fujitsu
    ;)
     
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