Review: Fujitsu LifeBook T4220 Tablet (TabletPCReview)

Fujitsu LifeBook T4220 Tyler Robertson at TabletPCReview.com has posted a new review of the Fujitsu LifeBook T4220 Tablet, Fujitsu’s latest Tablet PC/convertible ultraportrable in the T4200 series (following the LifeBook T4215 and LifeBook T4210).

The main upgrade of the LifeBook T4220 over the T4215 is the move to Intel’s Santa Rosa platform as well as upgraded Intel Core 2 Duo CPUs (including the 2.4GHz T7700 with 4MB L2 Cache, one of the fastest CPUs to go into an ultraportable, convertible or otherwise). It still retains the 12.1″ non-widescreen touchscreen (1024×768 XGA standard, SXGA+ optional), but adds Intel’s GMA X3100 graphics chipset.

They were impressed with the bi-directional hinge (many convertibles have one direction, and trying to turn it the other way can damage it if it’s forced), as well as the durability of the screen, saying My best efforts to produce ripples were laughed at by the very durable tablet screen. I doubt I could produce a ripple even if I stood on it.

Full Review at TabletPCReview.com

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