Posted: Sat May 28, 2005 8:48 am Post subject: Considering T4010, question about writing on-screen.
Hi. I have been seriously considering buying a customized Lifebook T4010 direct from fujitsupc.com for some time now, and I'm almost ready to take the plunge. I've had several questions about this, of course, but have been able to answer most of them by browsing these boards. The last one, though, sounds the silliest and is probably the most obvious, so that's undoubtedly why I haven't found the answer yet.
My question is this: If I am using the Tablet PC as a notebook - that is, with the keyboard exposed - can I still use the pen to tap into the screen and write while it is in this position? I would like to be able to type and write at the same time depending on the notes I take. The Toshiba model I tried out at Compusa allowed me to do this, but I wasn't sure if it was universal, or if the Fujitsu models supported this.
Any responses would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot!
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Posted: Sat May 28, 2005 11:24 am Post subject:
I'm as sure as I can be without actually having a Fujitsu that the answer is yes. That's because both Fujitsu and Toshiba (as well as most other Tablet PC manufacturers) use the exact same technology to "penable" their Tablet PCs. And that is a Wacom digitizer.
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