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It would be better if they cut out the tablet and just make a flip and swivel screen on the laptop so that it essentially becomes a tablet.

One less device to have to worry about.
post #32 of 37
There is just something unsettling to me about buying this expensive of an all-in-one package, also in my eyes Fujitsu isn't a known quality manufacturer. Idea is cool, but not for me.
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Originally Posted by L D4WG View Post

1. iCloud does exactly this, except they don't need to be in a certain distance, they can be anywhere...
2. AirPlay
3. Phones already use 3G, and I don't really want to carry my laptop around to be able to make phone calls....
4. iCloud
5. Pretty sure all Android, WP7 and iPhone's can do this... And new cameras with WiFi can also...
6. Taking a phone call on your laptop and tablet?? Or you could just use your phone?
7. I would rather use a console or my gaming PC, or my iPad than have to use a laptop and a tablet with touch controls.
8. Indeed

I'm pretty sure iCloud doesn't do it the way I understand it: the phone connects directly (through wifi?) to the laptop to do a closed network sync.
If within range of your laptop and your laptop is connected to the Internet, have your phone prefer VoIP to regular telephone.

Otherwise, it's already implemented in various forms.
post #34 of 37
Yup, saw this a while ago, and it is so awesome looking. Would buy.

I'm willing to bet good money that Apple will follow their glorious, and very dead, leader's footsteps and steal it.
     
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post #35 of 37
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inb4applesuebecauseitlooksabitlikeamacbookpro
Still nice though. I would probably buy one.

How the heck does it look like macbook?
Then again, they think apple invented everything.
post #36 of 37
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Originally Posted by B-rock View Post

There is just something unsettling to me about buying this expensive of an all-in-one package, also in my eyes Fujitsu isn't a known quality manufacturer. Idea is cool, but not for me.

Are you nuts? Fujitsu is just as highly rated as thinkpads, and we ALL know how sexy those are.. wink.gif
post #37 of 37
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Yeah that's the only problem with it imo I can type at around 50wpm at 95% accuracy on an iPad though.

That's pretty terrible. I can type on any decent rubber dome or scissor switch keyboard at 80wpm with 98% accuracy and a mechanical keyboard that I've accustomed to at 120wpm with 99%+ accuracy.
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