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Old 16-09-2010
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13.3" much better than 12.1"?

I has a HP tablet from last three months but now i think to buy a new one for my brother. I am waiting for the release of the Fjitsu T900 tablet, it is available in few shops and the display size is 12.1"; there are other tablets available in the same range with larger displays. So, is there any difference in the display quality due to the size and which one should i buy the T900 or other tablet.
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Re: 13.3" much better than 12.1"?

The small screen available in the tablet is very useful for the students when they are traveling. The Fujitsu T900 has a descent screen which is very good for the convertibles and you can write and read quite nicely on that, so if you are buying the T900 it is a good choice and there is no much differences in both of them.
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Re: 13.3" much better than 12.1"?

If the screen is larger than it is easy to read and write anywhere when you are out or in the house. Mostly i use my tablet in the bus, there is not a plenty of space but with the convertibles it becomes very easy task for me to browse the internet and read articles on that so size does matter and there are 13" display tablet available in Hp, Asus which are great in performance and low in price. So check all of them before you buy.
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Re: 13.3" much better than 12.1"?

There is no difference as far as the resolution of the display is concern because the resolution in both the Fujitsu T900 and the HP tablet is the same so only the physical size matters in both of them. My main concentration is on the unit dimensions of the tablets you are comparing and thus likely to suite best according to that only i.e, if the 13'' screen model is physically no larger than a 12'' one then it's a bonus because you get the smaller in lower size so you should go for the T900.
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Re: 13.3" much better than 12.1"?

As you have mentioned that i should go for the Fujitsu T900 tablet as the display will not play a major role in that but i want to known about the price of the these tablets that you have and in what range they will be available in the market and which one should i buy. Is there is any difference in the Hardware configuration of both the tablet please reply with a appropriate solution.
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Re: 13.3" much better than 12.1"?

The Fujitsu T900 tablet is available in the market in the range of $1750-$1800 and it is best choice for the youngster nowadays. There is not a much difference in the physical configuration of the Tablet when it is compared to other tablet available in the market and the Hardware features are better as compared to the HP tablets so just buy the T900 tablet.
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