3-way touchscreen shootout at the Computerworld Corral

Wahoo! There’s a touchscreen laptop shootout over at the Computerworld Corral between the Fujitsu LifeBook T4410, HP TouchSmart tx2z, and Lenovo ThinkPad T400s. Interesting test as it looks at two different touchscreen technologies – Wacom’s dual digitizer in the Fujitsu and N-Trig’s DuoSense in the HP and Lenovo – and two different form factors – two convertibles and a standard clamshell. Certainly, more informative than comparing two convertibles with the same digitizer.

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Which one wins the shootout? Well, I’ll leave that for their review to reveal, but no surprises, no one walks away from a 3-way showdown unscatched (unless you let two of the guys shoot it out then pick off the one who survives, but that’s not how it happens in The Office)

Comments

  1. Absolutely NoOne says

    Sadly, they forgot to mention that the tx2 is the only one with a half-decent video card.

  2. Absolutely NoOne says

    Unless I wish to use OpenGL shading in Blender… in which case Intel just won’t cut it.
    And I’m SURE that since the next article covers… what do you know? GAMING… I’m not the only person who wants something better.

  3. Sam says

    I wonder why they chose a ThinkPad T400s instead of an X200 Tablet, which seems to be the more obvious comparison to the other two. If they wanted three different types of touch notebooks, then why not substitute one of the touch netbooks or even a Fujitsu U820 for of the relatively similar Fujitsu T4410 and HP tx2z?

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