Fujitsu has finally released details of the Fujitsu LifeBook T2010 Tablet PC, their latest ultraportable “convertible” laptop.
The LifeBook T2010 Tablet PC is powered by either an Intel Core 2 Duo Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) U7500 (1.06GHz, 2MB L2 Cache) or a U7600 (1.2GHz, 2MB L2), with a 60GB – 160GB Serial ATA drive, and an external optical drive (accessed through an optional docking station/port replicator). It is powered by Intel’s Santa Rosa platform.
It just so happens that the T2010 with a 12.1″ active digitizer touchscreen / widescreen (1280×800) is also one of the first convertibles to have an LED-backlit display, making for a better display and longer battery life. The standard screen is enhanced for indoor viewing – there is an optional indoor/outdoor display.
Fujitsu is claiming that with the standard 6-cell battery, you can get up to 9 hours of battery life, and with the 9-cell, up to 11 hours. With the standard 6-cell battery, the weight is around 3.5 pounds, going up to 3.8 pounds with the 9-cell.
They ship with either Microsoft Windows Vista Business or Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. In addition, the FPCM11093 and FPCM11092 ship with 9-cell batteries and the FPCM1109 ships without Bluetooth (optional).
– FPCM11124 : $1599, U7500, Vista, 1GB Memory, 60GB HDD
– FPCM11121 : $1599, U7500, XP, 1GB Memory, 60GB HDD
– FPCM11094 : $1799, U7600, XP, 512MB Memory, 60GB HDD
– FPCM11095 : $1909, U7600, Vista, 1GB Memory, 80GB HDD
– FPCM11091 : $1909, U7600, XP, 1GB Memory, 80GB HDD
Models with Indoor/Outdoor displays:
– FPCM11093 : $2279, U7600, Vista, 2GB Memory, 100GB HDD
– FPCM11092 : $2309, U7600, XP, 2GB Memory, 120GB HDD
Prices start at $1599 for pre-configured models, and some of the models show as shipping within the next week.