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Posted by: kevinf
« on: May 04, 2015, 02:21:59 »

I don't get why a trend of business machines moving towards stylus and not finger touch is surprising to anyone. That just goes to show how little the "experts" understand the marketplace.
In a business environment, as has been the case for several years, the primary benefit of having a tablet like this is the ability to keep handwritten notes, sign off on documents and/or get customer signatures. Secondary is drawings and sketches of ideas, whiteboard presentations, etc. And all of these things SUCK when using a finger or one of those fat mushy-head stylus devices. This is the same reason the revolving screen is important and why the yoga just won't work for this. When you are in front of people giving a presontation, the ability to turn the screen towards your audience while keeping the keyboard in front of you is important.
Unfortunately too few manufacturers seem to get it. Fujitsu does. So they made nearly the perfect convertible for us. Yes. It's overpriced. But they get that because they can....because no one else makes something comparable. The old dell XT3 was close but too old. The Newer Lenovo Twist was close to ideal but its lack of stylus support made it flounder in this audience that Lenovo just failed to understand as well. (That and their wanky way of moving the standard locations of keys like CTRL and Fn). I'm typing this on my Twist while my T904 loads some software and I can't tell you how excited I am to have my stylus back.
It's sad that so few companies get this. It leaves very little motivation for innovation. For example, it would be awesome if someone made this machine but threw in a smaller screen on the backside.
Posted by: Corector
« on: April 20, 2015, 22:58:39 »

Funny: "the pixel density comes to 220 cd/m²."
Posted by: Alemaxx
« on: October 03, 2014, 07:00:48 »

Seriously? This review should have at least mentioned if not reviewed with a dedicated paragraph the amazing Wacom digitizer performance!!
Posted by: Happy Fujitsu T904 user
« on: July 04, 2014, 04:08:07 »

This is an excellent laptop after buying and returning four faulty lenovo thinkpad yogas, I'm really happy with the purchase of my Fujitsu T904 after a doing myself an ssd hard drive and ac wifi card upgrade updating the bios and drivers and spending the time configuring settings this laptop is nothing but pure joy to use.
Posted by: emanu
« on: May 30, 2014, 14:07:51 »

T904 looks good just on the outside. I performance is really poor. I purchased one and I honestly think I came with a fault in it. I device could wake up from sleep and the screen planks out often especially when booting it. They asked me to bring it in for repairs and it took more than  three weeks. It affected my work.This is just waste of money. I regret buying this device
Posted by: Amir
« on: May 07, 2014, 11:00:14 »

this is by far the most stylish in convertibles. I surprised how Fujitsu combined business requirements like security options with eye catching case. it seems that engineers try to do better here in comparison to U904. you should put T904 in you top10 convertible.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: May 07, 2014, 08:07:05 »

A real head-turner. Fujitsu puts a new convertible on the market that woos deep-pocketed business customers with a ULV Core i7, QHD touchscreen, security features and LTE support. How does the rotating joint concept do compared to other business devices? Can its connectivity options and ergonomics stand up to the demands of professionals? Our review tells it all.

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