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After reading review's on the GETAC B300

Discussion in 'Panasonic' started by Rob, Aug 14, 2008.

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  1. Rob

    Rob Toughbook Aficionado

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    lol okay then!:p btw, why do you brag/mention your yellow tab battery in ur sig lol! looser!! j/k!! :D
     
  2. Zippy-Man

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    LMAO well why not most have blue tabs. Ya know I gotta represent that 5-7hr battery life :)
     
  3. Zippy-Man

    Zippy-Man Notebook Evangelist

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    Oh ya I got a floppy too :tongue: lol
     
  4. Rob

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    If you mail me the floppy I'll shoot it with my 9mm and mail it back to you free of charge! :D;)
     
  5. Toyo

    Toyo Notebook Deity

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    The 1st thing I thought of when I saw it was Wow, they copied Panny.Competition is a great thing for us, the consumers, in a good and bad way. My new TB-30 will just be outdated soon, as each manufacture wants to stay on top. How long do you think Panny will let them claim they have the brightest display in the industry?

    A perfect example of brand recognition, loyalty is when I was looking at rugged laptops. One company tried to talk me into that brand. My perception was that would be a step down in quality, etc. The name ToughBook is a world renowned name in the rugged market.
     
  6. Rob

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    AMEN:notworthy: ... couldn't have put it any better, and you are **** right!!
     
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    LMFAO thats all I gotta say. :D
     
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    Well, I have been wearing tin with some town or another for quite a while but I have never heard of a "contracted policeman." What is that?
     
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    I have a blue tab battery, but mine reads a capacity of 7.3Ah!! huh?

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  10. Zippy-Man

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    Mine shows a designed capacity of 84910 mWh and a fully charged capacity of 77700 mWh.

    I guess your lucky :) most blue tabs are 6.8ah batteries and the yellow tabs are 7.65ah.

    How long do you get out of your battery? I tried mine yesterday and I got over 6hr's of life with the screen brightness on medium. I also use standby which still uses power and the TB was on for over 14hr's all together. I shut it off after more than 6hr's of actual use and i still had 20% battery left.


    That was a huge improvement over my blue tab battery where i would get about about 3-4hr's and it would die.


    -James
     
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