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GBM InkShow: Fujitsu ST6012 Tablet PC Video Review

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picture-11We get a lot of gadgets and computers to review here at GottaBeMobile, but there is nothing like getting to play (er, I mean work) with a slate Tablet PC. Even though they don’t fit my particular work flow, I love the simplicity that a slate brings to the table. In this InkShow video review, I go hands on with the Fujitsu ST6012 Tablet PC.

I have found the ST6012 to be a wonderful tablet pc, a joy to hold and ink notes on, and am very impressed by the plethora of configurable buttons. With either a 6-cell or 9-cell battery available, working away from the office shouldn’t be a problem. The 1.4 ghz Core 2 Duo slate is a bit on the sluggish side, with 86 processes being loaded up at boot time. In addition, I found the indoor / outdoor screen a bit on the grainy side, although easily viewable when outdoors or under fluorescent lights. Fujitsu does need to update their install image, as the very old Evernote Plus 2 is still installed as part of the included software. For more, check out the InkShow video below. Fujitsu’s ST6012 Tablet PC starts at $1999 and is available for Fujitsu.com, as well as authorized resellers.

MobileDemand is the InkShow sponsor and offers rugged Tablet PC systems for vertical industries.

MobileDemand is the InkShow sponsor and offers rugged Tablet PC systems for vertical industries.

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4 Comments

  1. Donald

    07/10/2009 at 3:22 am

    Very nice.
    Like to see the tablet shows.
    Wonder how much better it would of acted with more ram.

  2. james

    07/11/2009 at 3:33 pm

    where is the video?

  3. Rob Bushway

    07/11/2009 at 3:47 pm

    sorry about that…something got messed up with the post. should be corrected now.

  4. Snake

    07/14/2009 at 8:59 am

    Do you know if the harddrive is user replaceable? And what form factor the HDD is?

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