Fujitsu Loox F-07c Dual Boot umpc with built in phone

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Postby bigs » Wed Apr 13, 2011 23:11

Pretty impressive if you ask me. Still I rather have a droid phone and use the UX in conjunction with it
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Postby blaster » Thu Apr 14, 2011 09:01

oh i want one so bad. id rather it dule boot windows and antroid thow. finally a umpc with a higher dpi than the ux lol
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Postby bigs » Thu Apr 14, 2011 11:34

ux is 2006 technology dude. think it is still pretty impressive.
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Postby blaster » Sat Apr 16, 2011 09:14

yeah i know. but sony still need to re do it haha.

how much is this thing. if i can get android on this i might consider it
UX37GN - taking out the pcie wifi. adding internal usb hib with wifi and adding a broadcom crustal hd

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Postby bigs » Sat Apr 16, 2011 09:21

think the iphone 4 has higher dpi than ux.
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OS: Linux Ubuntu 10.04 lucid & now 12.04 Precise Pangolin!

sony 380N stock 1.33ghz, 1gb ram, and 40gb rotational drive OS: windows ultimate

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Postby blaster » Sat Apr 16, 2011 16:50

Of corce it does but windows cant handle it. Everything is way too small. Why wont they fix that? If you change the dpi setting it just stuffs everything up. And nothing displays properly
UX37GN - taking out the pcie wifi. adding internal usb hib with wifi and adding a broadcom crustal hd

TZ17 - u7600 48gb sony slc ssd 2gb ram. TZ16 u7500 80gb hdd 2gb ram

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Postby bigs » Sat Apr 16, 2011 21:19

hmm did not know you could run windows on the cortex a9
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OS: Linux Ubuntu 10.04 lucid & now 12.04 Precise Pangolin!

sony 380N stock 1.33ghz, 1gb ram, and 40gb rotational drive OS: windows ultimate

light slim notebook: toshiba r200 1.3ghz 1.2gb ram 64gb photofast v1 ssd oS: linux ubuntu 7.04 feisty fawn

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Postby diJenerate » Sun Apr 17, 2011 15:02

bigs wrote:hmm did not know you could run windows on the cortex a9


Not yet, but Microsoft has learned the value of multi-architecture support. At this point the Dinosaur is realizing that change being the only constant in this world is the key to dodging their inevitable demise as they de-evolve rapidly into irrelevance.

This may however be an early build for Fujitsu or a port of Windows 7 since Fujitsu are one of Microsoft's high ranking OEMS. The value of a project involving Fujitsu and Docomo would dictate that exceptions be made.

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Postby computercowboy » Sun Apr 17, 2011 15:07

Microsoft is pretty strong dude. I don't see them going anywhere. Windows 7 is a home run for them. The were able to survive the Vista debacle, the Windows Millennium debacle, etc. What makes you think Microsoft is on the way out?
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