Fry's Electronics on the West Coast (and western states) has the Fujitsus at retail. So, if you live there check it out.
Yes, the new Centrino standard (Sonoma) promises better integrated video and sound and a faster RAM standard and bus speed an a new chipset.
So, if you can wait for that now that you are into 2005 you would be better off (especially if you don't just buy a notebook with Dedicated video right now)
Hi - I have pretty much narrowed down my notebook choice - I really like the IBM T42 because it has an integrated 64K Video Card, but it costs $650 more than a Fujitsu with a similar configuration.
So the 2 Fujitsu notebooks that I'm considering are a Fujitsu s6000 and also a s7000. I may buy these in a month or two, and even though they don't have Dedicated Video Ram, I understand that some of the shared RAM in the Centrino M chips that I may buy in the future may be faster and more efficient than shared RAM available today.
If anyone out there has owned or used a Fujitsu, could you offer any advice on either of the two models I'm thinking about above? The s6000 has a 13" screen & the s7000 has a 14" screen.