Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2003 4:03 am Post subject: anybody knows about Fujitsu T3010?
Model Name : Fujitsu LifeBook T3010 (Convertible/Tablet)
Base Configuration : Intel Centrino Mobile M Processor 1.4GHz 256MB RAM; 40GB HDD 12.1"XGA UMA (Max. 64MB) ALC2002 V.92 modem & 10/100 Base-T LAN Intel® PRO/Wireless 2100; External LapMate USB Combo Drive (DVD/CD-RW) 1xVGA, 2xUSB 2.0, 1xRJ45, 1xRJ11, Audio (Headphone-out, Microphone-in), AC Adapter Power Input IrDA1.1 (Max. 4Mbps) PCMCIA Type II x 2 DC-IN, VGA, USBx2, LAN SMART CARD, Security Button x4 Input: AC100-240V, Output: DC16V 3.75A Approx. 5 hours, Lithium-Ion Microsoft® Windows® XP Tablet Edition Microsoft® Office XP Standard Edition Mcafee Antivirus V7.0 Carrying case Approx. 1.7kg
Has it been released yet by Fujitsu?
Can anyone give a bit review of this model?
Posted: Sun Oct 05, 2003 9:42 pm Post subject: Fujitsu T3010
My work bought one of these for use in meeting etc. The idea is that using a pen would be less obtursive than the keyboard. I have been using it for about a week. It is a nice machine. Every thing works as advertised. The screen flips over the keyboard lke the Toshiba. I am not totally sold on pen computing yet, that is why we bought this one. It will serve as a laptop if no one likes it. The unit is light compared to the average laptop. About 4 pounds. The screen if very good in laptop mode, but not as nice in portrait orientation. I understand that this is a common problem with tablets.
Wireless "G" works well, with good connections and easy to use software. Much better than my Dlink adaptor's software. The keyboard is a little chick-lety for my taste, but works. The key size takes some getting use to. The touch pad has a scroll button. That is a big improvement over the pad on my Sony. Battery life is good, not stellar, but good. I got the leather portfolio with it, but don't really like it, it gets in the way. I have been carrying it bare or in my backpack.
There is not much in the way of applications; you will have to buy office and anything else that you want to run.
All in all, I like this machine better than the Toshiba or HP that I tried. Verdict is still out on Tablets in general. I does have eye appeal though.
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