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LIFEBOOK T904 Ultrabook/Tablet - 13.3" - Intel Core i5 i5-4300U 1.90 GHz

by Fujitsu

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  • Lifebook T904, Ub,Core I5-4300U,8Gb,500Gb Hybrd+16Gb Cache,13.3Wqhd,No 4G,Intel
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 15 x 5.2 inches ; 7.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • ASIN: B00IZMN8WM
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #365,768 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T904 Ultrabook/Tablet - 13.3" - Intel Core i5 i5-4300U 1.90 GHz SPFC-T904-001 Tablet PCs

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Michael Gummelt on May 12, 2014
I was looking for a hybrid laptop/tablet PC, one that was powerful and full-featured. I had an old Toshiba that was a convertible (spin & flip monitor like this one) that I really loved.

I saw the Fujitsu Ultrabook in a few previews and the specs looked exactly like what I wanted. Powerful, high resolution, multitouch and Wacom penabled, good keyboard from what I could see in screenshots, convertible to a tablet, etc.

I went ahead and ordered one the minute it became available on March 4 (I think), 2014. I picked the preconfigured version because it seemed like a great deal - came with all the upgrades (except the i7 processor instead of the i5) and a 3 year warranty.

It didn't ship for a few weeks (1 or 2 weeks after they said it would ship), but I did eventually get it in April. I was too busy with work to use it right away, and only recently have tried to use it heavily.

I'm sorry to say I'm severely disappointed. I've tried to make it work, but it's a flawed machine - slow, poorly designed and unsatisfactory.

The screen is high res, but text scaling looks terrible. The Wacom pen is inaccurate, even after calibrating multiple times. The screen autorotation feature is unresponsive and buggy (getting stuck in the wrong orientation). The audio is thin and pathetically low (even at full volume). The fan is absurdly loud (coupled with weak sound makes it impossible to listen to). There is a paucity of USB ports. The keyboard isn't full - it makes me use a key modifier for HOME and END, which are two extremely important keys when doing any kind of heavy writing. Worst of all is the absolutely, criminally terrible touch pad.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Zander on May 15, 2014
Overall, I am satisfied with the T904. I was previously a Lifebook T5010 owner, and was impressed by the build quality, durability, and stability of the machine. However, at 6 years of age, it would no longer run programs such as Perfect Photo 8 (only available for 64 bit machines), and balked at merging my native RAW files into HDR images in PhotoMatix. So I decided to upgrade.
The machine is about a pound lighter and quite a bit thinner than my previous model. However the build quality is just as good, and it has a solid feel.
The monitor is much improved, with a richer gamut (obvious when viewing, for example, a test image such as the one available at [...]). On the other hand, the viewing angle is much more critical on the new machine--you must look straight into the monitor, or at most a few degrees off, to see accurate colors.
The fingerprint reader actually works (I had problems with the T5010's).
The keyboard is not quite as nice, although quite usable after a bit of adjustment. I do wish that the bumps on the F and J keys were larger--I almost thought they were missing--I can see them much better than I can feel them. A nice featue is that this keyboard is backlit.
The touch pad takes a bit of getting used to. With all the new gestures, one must be careful not to rest a finger on the left-click button, for example, because using 1, 2, or 3 fingers cause different behaviors.
I have not spent a lot of time with the stylus yet, although I find it a bit small for my liking. The T5010 had a nice, almost normal pen-sized stylus.
The screen flips into tablet mode very nicely, and has no plastic tab to break off--something probably every T5010 user experienced.
I have an i7 CPU with 8 GB of RAM and a 256 GB SSD running Windows 8.1 update.
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