The T has a nice array of ports including three USB ports, one VGA pin, one microphone and one headphone both conveniently located on the front , an Infrared eye, a Modem port, power jack, a Smart card slot, an SD card slot and an expansion slot on the bottom for a docking station. The LifeBook T takes home the gold in this competition with its 2. Besides that there is nothing too fancy about it. The Bluetooth comes in handy for those users who may want to use a wireless mouse or any other wireless device. Overall the T is a durable tablet that can be used anywhere. During normal surfing the Web usage the heat was hardly noticeable and it does have some nice suede patches on the bottom to reduce the heat on your lap. Under side view of the T
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In fact the Intel Wireless was fast and responsive.
The LifeBook T takes home the gold in this competition with touxh 2. The speakers have decent sound quality for a tablet. During normal surfing the Web usage the heat was hardly noticeable and it does have some nice suede patches on the bottom to reduce the heat on your lap.
The LifeBook T can be purchased directly through Fujitsuwhere you can also customize it to your liking. The T in notebook mode.
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You can program your own pen flicks for shortcuts and regularly used programs. The colors were bright and bold, I hardly noticed the graininess that comes standard with Tablet PCs.
The touchpad was responsive. The matte black lid and silver accents around the keyboard are a nice touch that help hide those annoying fingerprints as well. Right side view of the ports.
The silo is on the side of the screen too, which is very convenient and kind of a Fujitsu trademark. It has a nice feel to it as well.
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This way you still get clear sound when working in tablet mode. I mean the fan sounded like a hair-dryer on low. The T has a solid chassis. Left side view of the ports. The Bluetooth comes in handy for those users who may want to use a wireless mouse or any other wireless device.
The chassis is solid and there is no wobble from the screen. I like that the keys are flat because it makes less noise when tying, but there is a good amount of flex.
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Comparison Results for PCMark The LifeBook T is an impressive notebook. Under side view of the T The T has a great display even in tablet mode, so users svreen enjoy taking notes on it.
Many other retailers are carrying it as well. It also had a GB rpm hard drive, which leaves you plenty of space to store those media files or documents.
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As I mentioned earlier the display is bold and clear and it has great viewing angles thanks to the bi-directional hinge. In high performance mode it only lasted about three hours, but if you put it in power saver, you can get close to five and a half hours. The pen worked great. The bi-directional hinge is solid, gives great viewing angles and helps convert into tablet mode in seconds.
Back view of the T PCMark05 measures the systems performance as a whole: The keyboard showed a lot of flex, which I am not a fan of. I mean the screen was almost comparable to your standard notebook. It also has a neat digital display window that shows what is going on with your tablet, like the battery power, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and more.
I had no problems carrying the T in tablet mode, but I liked working with it in notebook mode as well since the screen tpuch be turned both ways.