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Fujitsu giving away a Lifebook T730 Tablet PC this week



In the second week of their twelve-week sweepstakes, Fujitsu is handing one lucky U.S. resident of voting age a Lifebook T730 Tablet PC. Children and the rest of the world can stop reading this now.

The T730 is basically a slightly smaller version of the T900 I evaluated, which both Brett and I now use as our respective daily computers. Eligible contenders can pop over to Fujitsu’s Facebook page to enter. This week’s contest starts today and ends October 11.

You may recall Fujitsu previously gave away a T730 in another contest on Facebook. Fujitsu has been on a real tear with the grassroots giveaways this year. I’m especially pleased they’re still using the name “Tablet PC” even while others, including Microsoft, have backed away from it.

And before you ask, yes, it seems Fujitsu used the wrong image in their contest. What they show on their Facebook page as the T730 appears to be the TH700. Coincidentally, I made a similar mistake when passing on word of their previous contest. Either way, it’s a chance to win a Tablet PC. Good luck. Hope it goes to one of you who actually knows what that term means.



  1. Brian

    10/05/2010 at 7:44 pm

    Thanks for the info. It seems like I enter every giveaway there is for a tablet PC. Hopefully someday I’ll win. But for now I am content with my HP TX2z.

  2. Tuur

    10/06/2010 at 2:36 am

    Us Europeans are always f***ed ;-)

  3. Donna Willis

    10/06/2010 at 7:17 pm


  4. Holly Robinson

    10/07/2010 at 7:04 pm

    I hear ya. Every time there is a giveaway for one of those or one similar I enter..alas, I have not yet been chosen but I am gonna keep trying for it ^-^

  5. Theresa

    10/08/2010 at 2:45 am

    I so want to win a laptop. I am on an ancient desktop that keeps crashing every 10-20 minutes and then onto safemode just to get back online. ARGHHH Here it goes. Good luck everybody.

    • Anonymous

      10/08/2010 at 11:37 pm

      Why does it keep crashing? That’s not a good sign at all, and it baffles me as to why it hasn’t been fixed.

      For all I know, the same may happen to any other computer with enough use, depending on god knows what gets installed on it.

      • Theresa

        10/23/2010 at 12:19 am

        I first crashed when I took up a cause to save whales. ARGHHH this one guy I think hit me with a nasty virus. I get pinging in the CPU before it crashes and I think they used a fry the harddrive virus on me. I had to reinstall the factory fresh right after I got hit. The backup reinstall reloaded the virus. and now I dont know what to do. I have a new virus security because mine went under. The only other possiblility could be dust. I doubt this one tho. I am trying to get it fixed but a tight budget techno dummy me is stalling the repair and here It goes again. arghhh…..

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