CF-19, do i have WWAN? found a sim tray.

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  1. rbuljo

    rbuljo Notebook Enthusiast

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    hi guys. just bought my third TB.. :)

    it is a CF19CW1AXS. could someone help me decipher that? couldnt make any sense from the numbers from toughwiki.. it is all japanese signs on the bottom.

    while i was taking the bottom apart to replace the 512mb ram module i found a sim tray at the back??. also directly over it is a empty place for something? under the lid with four screws top left corner if you flip it upside down with front towards you.

    it also have an GPS but i do not know if it is OEM or not..
     
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    What is the model number in the BIOS...it should have 7 letters or numbers...yours only has 6, need one more
     
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    All CF-19's are WWAN ready, every one I have had has the sim slot.
     
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    ok, thanks. so I need a GOBI card to get it working? antennas etc?

    also, how do I add Bluetooth? I got GPS as said, but dont know its origin. pics:
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    and the Modelnumber is in fact CF19CW1AXS
    2013-03-21 09.37.18.jpg
     
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    OK...never seen one with only 6 letters/numbers...:confused:
     
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    me neither.. what the hell is this?? :D
     
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    I have seen this before... It's a proprietary built for some company... Like a CF-19TSB14... CUSTOMER SPECIFIC AIRFORCE QEB, 100Mw Wireless LAN, Win7, Intel Core i5-540UM 1.20GHz, vPro, 10.4" XGA Touch, 128GB SSD, 4GB(2+2), TPM, Bluetooth, UL 1604 Haz Loc, Dual Pass (Upper:WWAN/Lower:WLAN), Rubber Backlit Keyboard, Smartcard, Custom BIOS, 3 Year Toughbook Preferred Warranty, 4Yrs Protection Plus - CF-SVCLTNF4Y, 4Yr SSD/HDD No Return of Defective Drive - CF-SVCHDD4Y

    These part numbers do NOT show up in the configurator.

    Some times Panasonic will build something special with odd numbers (or even dashes) if the deal is big enough. The TSB14's are for the air force for example.

    Problem is: There really is NO way to find out what the specs/details on it are based on the model number
     
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    By the processor you got a Mk1, but it's hard to say what else you have under the hood. If yours was a military one wireless, wwan should be turned off by default, but since you can access your bios you are ahead and should be fine in that.

    19 Model
    C Mk1 Intel Core Duo U2400 1.06GHz
    Then from there you can't do much with the number.
    How about some shots of the out side and bottom of the unit.
    What COA does it have, touch or digitizer?

    Aren't the Mk1's suppose to have the sony gps and the leadtek are on the Mk2 and up?

    Interesting piece.
     
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    here are some shots of the unit. now I am really curious what this is.. I can use my finger on the screen, so guess it is only a touch, isnt it to early model to be a dual?

    2013-03-21 20.03.11.jpg 2013-03-21 20.11.36.jpg 2013-03-21 20.12.22.jpg 2013-03-21 20.15.57.jpg
     
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    Well it has Japanese?? text on the base of it with an English keyboard.
     
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