Summary: I have had this for awhile and have abused this system. This system does hold up to what I push at it. With a full voltage CPU that is based on the Ivy-Bridge architecture that last 6 hours playing back video on a plane going over the Atlantic, this system does last a long time compared to modern Haswell enabled systems.
Pros: I got my T732 last year from Fujitsu's store page, upgraded the memory to 16 GB of RAM, and added a Crucial M500 (mSATA) 240 GB to it. I got it for both virtualization and for school for the tablet mode. With the i5, it is able to play most games on low to medium settings, with both the normal battery and modular battery, the system playing HD movies and streaming audio over bluetooth, I have an average of around 6 hours of playback, 2 hours playing demanding games, a...
Cons: The screen is fairly low for today's standards, but this screen resolution has persisted into the new T734 as well. This screen resolution is at 1366x768. This does make it harder to do a lot of administration, but will not make this system unusable. PuTTY and VMWare vSphere Clients (both web and normal client) are still usable, but the amount of information can be limiting in specific instances. The system does collect a lot of dust, but far less then that of other s...
Summary: I had a X61 Think pad for 5 years; it was a gem!!!
Pros: bright lcd
Cons: I am a physician using for EMR. The stylus is unpredictable. The virtual keyboard does not come up all the times(inconsistent) once I click on the tab where I want to type. The orientation to tablet changes even it is locked(paused).
Summary: My first tablet PC was the Lenovo X220i tablet. This is my second tablet pc. First things: IGNORE THE OTHER REVIEWS. They are partially helpful at best. Do Not Write on Monitor Without Installing a Screen Protector First. I used Photodon (12.5" Lenovo x220 clear screen). Overview: Excellent value for the price. Normally a 1400$. But they no longer make this version but it is supported (3 year warranty!). It dropped another 100$ after I bought it last week.
Summary: I bought the executive next day on-site warranty for my Fujitsu Lifebook - I've had several Lifebook's. I didn't mind the 3 thousand dollar plus price tag because I value the United States based service. Sorry to day, they NO LONGER SERVICE WHAT THEY SELL! I was run around for two weeks, listening to lie after lie about how they, ooops, shipped the part to Michigan instead of California, Etc., Etc.
Summary: These model units (T732) are getting harder to locate and I was happy to receive them. The vendor shipped promptly and computers arrived in excellent shape. We have used Lifebooks for several years and I have been very pleased with the cost versus ability. Obviously, if you go 64-bit Win 7 Pro you need at least 4GB of RAM, but then you probably knew that already. Fujitsu's warranty service has been top-notch and I strongly recommend their extended warranty.
Summary: I received this from my employer to replace a 6 yr old Toshiba tablet PC as this is the preferred form factor for our EMR software. I considered a surface pro but our software is not optimised for that screen resolution Pros: lighter, fairly fast, stable OS, brighter screen. Cons: Poor wifi connectivity, stylus will sporadically stop working after resuming from sleep. This laptop is slow to connect to wifi networks and will sporadically stop connecting to known networks.
Do Not Buy This Product!!!! The screen will scratch in just days from really light use!
Douglas E. West "Big Doug", Amazon
24 February 2013
Summary: I really wanted to love this computer, but I simply cannot. The screen has scratched all over the place just by using their provided stylus that came with the computer. I just got off the phone with Fujitsu support, and they have advised me that it will cost me 750 dollars to have the screen fixed. First of all, I have a Galaxy Note 2 that has a stylus, and it hasn't scratched a bit with the stylus that it came with.