Fujitsu Unveils U810, T2010 Convertibles
Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation today announced the palm-sized LifeBook U810 mini and the ultra-portable LifeBook T2010 convertible notebooks.
Weighing a scant 1.56 pounds with a 5.6-inch WSVGA Crystal View LED display and a newly designed, ultra slim QWERTY keyboard, the LifeBook U810 notebook is the smallest tablet convertible. As a standard notebook, it's easy to access mail, work on presentations, or just surf the web. Twist the screen and the LifeBook U810 notebook is now a handheld Tablet PC with a touchscreen for finger or pen input.
The LifeBook U810 notebook is equipped with the energy efficient Ultra Low Power Intel A110 processor optimized specifically for mobile devices. With a standard 4-cell battery, it's claimed to deliver up to 5.5 hours of computing time. The mini-convertible is available with Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business or Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005.
For mobile professionals who desire a lightweight convertible without sacrificing battery life or display size, the LifeBook T2010 notebook, weighing in at approximately 3.5 pounds, is one of the lightest in its class. It is the first convertible notebook that comes very close to the weight of a slate tablet while maintaining enough battery life. Available immediately, this stylish ultra-portable with a slim 1.3-inch chassis features a 12.1-inch WXGA indoor/outdoor display with a bi-directional swivel. Its LED-backlit screen provides a bright display for good visual experience even in sunlight.
The pen-enabled convertible is claimed to offer battery life of up to 11 hours with the extended battery option, or 9 hours with a standard battery. The LifeBook T2010 notebook, powered by the latest Intel Core 2 Duo Ultra Low Voltage U7600 Processor offers a choice of Windows Vista Business or Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. A spill-resistant keyboard adds extra protection against accidents.
Both the LifeBook U810 and LifeBook T2010 notebooks comply with the new Energy Star version 4.0 guidelines. The notebooks are packed with a suite of security features to safeguard information, including Trusted Platform Module support and two-level BIO lock, along with a fingerprint sensor. The LifeBook T2010 notebook also offers an embedded Smart Card slot. Internet connectivity is easy via built-in Wireless LAN, LAN and Bluetooth connections.
The LifeBook U810 notebook, available in September 2007, is priced starting at $999. The LifeBook T2010 notebook, priced starting at $1,599 is immediately available.
Source: Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation
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