It looks like the Fujitsu LifeBook T4220 could be right around the corner (the picture to the right is of the T4215). It’s a “convertible” laptop – functioning as a laptop or converting into a Tablet PC.
Based on past experience and the source, it shares components with the Fujitsu LifeBook T4210 and Fujitsu LifeBook T4215, and is probably incredibly close to both of those laptops/Tablet PCs – the T4215 and T4210 are very similar.
The information about the existence of the T4220 came from an FCC Application – the Test Report/Test Report Adobe PDF file at the bottom of that page (filed a few days ago) gives us a few clues. Save with an extension of “PDF” if you plan on taking a look.
One difference could be that it’s using Intel’s Santa Rosa (Centrino Duo/Pro) platform, which should be popping up in most Intel-based laptops from here on out.
The T4210 was released in the June/July 2006 timeframe, using an Intel Core Duo or Core Solo CPU, with the T4215 coming out in November of 2006 using a Core 2 Duo CPU, so the timing for a T4220 is definitely right.
Via PC Joint