|Screen Size||12.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||2.53 GHz Intel Core i3|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3|
|Memory Speed||1066 MHz|
|Hard Drive||320 GB SATA|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||3|
Fujitsu LIFEBOOK TH700 12.1" LED Tablet PC - Core i3 i3-380M 2.53 GHz (FPCM11803)
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The finger print sensor is a very quick way to logon, without having to type a password or unlike some tablets which are dependent on ambient lighting to do facial recognition.
The laptop has a shock sensor. If you drop it or it experiences dangerous movements, it will retract the read/write head from the Hard Drive, thus protecting from Hard Drive Failure -very impressive.
It is a Japanese product. I will call it rugged build.
The problems which another user has faced, may be from incompatible software/virus. It seems they also had a physical damage out of warranty, Fujitsu offered a 1 year warranty covering all manufacturer issues.
I knew of Fujitsu as the maker of high quality scanners and saw this laptop reviewed with a slightly different configuration in an Asian computer magazine. I was very surprised that a search showed Amazon as a seller, much less the lowest priced seller.
Based on Fujitsu's overall reputation and the written specs I took the plunge. So far I am very pleased. The build is very impressive for the money, much better than the laptop I returned. If the specs and price suit you I strongly recommend it. The only drawback I see is the mirrored black case which shows finger marks.
I bought this computer because the specs looked good at the time and I really needed it for work. I work in an art related industry and a tablet pc seemed like a really good option. I needed a better computer than I owned at the time and I wanted a drawing interface like a Cintiq. A tablet PC seemed like an affordable compromise.
The first computer that I received from Best Buy had to be sent back immediately. It arrived with a faulty hard drive. Nowadays, they don't send you the install discs with you computer any more. They send everything preloaded on the hard drive and you have to make the recovery discs yourself. I couldn't even start it up. All I got was some kind of error screen. As I said before I had to send it back and get another one. By this point I was getting pretty desperate. My job had already started and I was using an Intuos.It slowed me down quite a bit.
When my replacement finally arrived it seemed okay at first, until I had to set up my wireless router. I had to connect it to the router through the ethernet cable for the initial set-up. That's when I learned that the ethernet port didn't work. It wasn't a big deal. I still had my other, older computer and used it for the set up. The wireless function still worked so I could connect to the internet. Really, when was I going to need the ethernet connection in this day and age? I also still really needed it for work so I decided to let it go.
Over time, other small issues started popping up as well.Read more ›
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