Fujitsu LifeBook TH700 tablet PC

Fujitsu's 12.1in tablet PC is packed with features and accepts both finger and pen inputs

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  • Expert Rating

    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 2,099.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Keith R



The TH 700 with 8 G of memory has been my primary trading platform for 2 years driving 40 In TV. It has traveled extensively and used as reading platform or chart analysis. I really like the finger and pen inputs used together can move, stretch and compress info quickly. Battery use can be adjusted easily and the CTL & + keys keeps text readable. Unit runs from Sunday to Friday evening with weekend for updates and maintenance. A rock solid unit for over 2 years.
The wi fi switch has failed after 2 years but a quick USB unit solved the problem. Had to reload some pen and touch drivers before upgrade fixed glitches but consider that normal and not a unit failure. failure as
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This has been the best and most versatile of all my portables. The writing features I do not use but using the pen and fingers with virtual mouse and keyboard make screen management a dream. As a tablet thumbs on each side and keys make for easy reading or movies. A second battery and power management gives near 6rs on the road more than I have ever needed. This unit is a work horse and not a movie player or for games so can't attest to those qualities. It exceeds all my requirements and has been very reliable. It is now older than any portable that preceded it. Maybe the T902 will be my next one!

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