Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T904

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    santiba Notebook Enthusiast

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    The US models are still lacking the mobile broadband. Any luck in other countries about this?
     
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    Craveybr Newbie

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    The sales representative told me that all the international models already have mobile broadband. The US version is supposed to get it eventually, it just depends on when. I am ready to buy this computer, but there is no way I am going to buy it until it gets mobile broadband. To me, it cripples the capability of what a laptop was originally intended to do, and that's connect to the internet anywhere. As a college student, I want to be able to work on school work in the middle of nowhere, not just at WiFi hotspots.
     
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    santiba Notebook Enthusiast

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    Thats weird. You think the US version will just never have broadband because the US mobile carriers won't support it? Are there other Fujitsu laptops out there that provide broadband in the US already?

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    I can speak from experience with the T732, the hinge design is robust. We have 20 of these machines in our school the get used daily and even passed around the room for students to use. The hardware is really reliable as we've had no hardware failures in the last 2 years. If I could figure a way to afford the T904 it would be my next machine.
     
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    Hi all
    you can find all about T904 on tabletpcreview forum.
    The link is as follows
    "Official" T904 Thread
     
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    tijo Sacred Blame Super Moderator

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    Well, it does make sense to have a thread on NBR as well, but if you want stylus impressions, TPCR is probably the place to look. I'm curious as to wheter anyone on MBR has been having loud fan issues like those that were reported on TPCR.
     
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    My understanding is that the T904 "will" get mobile broadband, but from what I know right now they are projecting around June or July for it to happen with no set dates as of yet. I'm just going to hold off on this until either it gets mobile broadband or something better comes out. I imagine there's a lot of dealing and paper work between mobile broadband companies that has to take place before they can get it integrated. I hope that those predictions are accurate at least and that it's not really August or September when it gets MB. Just a waiting game at this point.
     
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    infzy Notebook Geek

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    You've got to look at the awesome Panasonic Let's Note models that are not sold in the U.S., and some only in Japan:

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    Specifically, consider the Panasonic MX3:
    - Durable (drop-tested, water-resistant)
    - 2.5 lbs (lighter than a Macbook Air)
    - 12.5" 1920x1080 multitouch display
    - battery life 14 hours + the battery is *hot-swappable*, and you can get an accessory to charge the used-up battery via USB
    - connector ports for like everything (HDMI, VGA, 2xUSB3, SD card, ethernet)
    - flips around like a Yoga to become a tablet, with a pen (though it's maybe a crappy pen)

    ƒŒƒbƒcƒm[ƒgMX iCF-MX3j | ƒpƒ\ƒRƒ“iŒÂlŒü‚¯j | Panasonic
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    The T904 might be the only thing that's close. Its only problems are that it's only for sale in Japan (w Japanese keyboard), the screen might be the same as the one in the ThinkpadYoga with ImageRetention issues (although they're not yet reported in the Panasonics), and..... it makes the T904 look inexpensive :D
     
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    Diego72 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Hello It's Diego

    Does the Fujitsu T904 Intel hd 4600 graphic embedded graphic card support 10 bit per color into Photoshop?

    Cheers.

    Diego
     
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