*+-Not even halfway through their twelve-week giveaway sweepstakes and Fujitsu is already doubling up on the prizes. Fortunately, it’s another dual-digitizer Tablet PC – the Lifebook T730 – so it’s all good.
*+-Regular reader Acerbic, in following up my review of the Fujitsu Lifebook T900, ran across a new product listing tucked into the Fujitsu site over the weekend: the Lifebook TH700. It appears to be a consumer-oriented, entry-level Tablet PC with most of the Fujitsu amenities intact but a much lower price tag of $1149 or […]
*+-As I sit here at my pen-only Tablet PC, reviewing my notes from a better time, I can’t help but wonder how much brighter my life would be if I had worked harder, made some smarter decisions, and arrived at this point with enough throwaround money to buy a Fujitsu Lifebook T900, the computer I […]
*+-During my recent evaluation of the Fujitsu Lifebook T900 Tablet PC, I decided to record a little demonstration of the complementary pen and multi-touch input on its dual digitizer screen. Pretty basic stuff, but while we’ve seen plenty of pen or touch demos, I don’t think enough attention has been paid to using them together. […]
*+-As I teased earlier, I’m currently evaluating a Fujitsu Lifebook T900 Tablet PC on loan from Fujitsu. I’ll be shooting some video of the pen + multi-touch system in action as well as of the general hardware. But since I have some quiet time now, I thought I’d spill some thoughts about the inking.
*+-Fujitsu Laboratories is set to announce improved color e-Paper displays at the Fujitsu Forum exhibition in Tokyo May 13-14. Supposedly these displays are quite a bit brighter (up to 1/3rd brighter with a 7:1 contrast ratio). More importantly Fujitsu is saying that new driver technology will allow the screens to redraw in 0.7 seconds. The […]
*+-I’m trying to go completely paperless this year, but don’t quite have all the necessary tools. My current HP Photosmart all-in-one can only scan a single page at a time, making it pretty labor-intensive to get a week’s worth of mail scanned and uploaded. After reading Dan Cohen’s review of the Fujitsu ScanSnap s1300 over […]
*+-Apple’s iPad is being released in just a few weeks. There’s new news on Microsoft Courier. Heavy Tablet PC hitters Lenovo and HP have weighed in with updates to existing Tablet PCs that are top of the line. Hanvon and countless others are readying Tablets. They all cost money and their are still big unknowns […]
*+-Remember that little trademark dispute over the name iPad we mentioned a week or so ago? You know the one where Fujitsu claims it has the trademark on iPad? Apple wants it. Fujitsu says it has it. Claims are made that Fujtsu never followed through on the process. Start the meter on legal fees. Fujitsu […]
*+-What’s in a name? Legal fees. Apparently Apple is not just trying to corner the market on Tablets, publishing, music, movies, TV, sharing, and weaken Google’s search dominance, but it is also looking to corner the trademark market on anything that could possibly used as a moniker for its mythic Tablet. Apple has been granted […]
*+-Fujitsu may have scaled its CES2010 presence back quite a bit in comparison to years past, and many were looking to see just what they were going to be offering in the coming months. Turns out they aren’t really that quiet, but like many manufacturers what we’re seeing are updates of existing lines in many […]