A Tablet PC – The Perfect Gift for Your Graduate – QUICK BUYER’S GUIDE

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It’s that time of year again! Is this the year your high school senior will be off to college? Looking for a perfect gift? Why not select a Tablet PC – one of the best technology tools to help your grad succeed in his or her academic endeavors?

The Tablet PC offers such a vast multitude of functionality. This device can satisfy a wealth of needs from taking notes and writing papers, to accessing information and communicating on the go. Here we have made student-friendly choices of the current Tablet PC models available to help take the guess work out of picking the right gear for your graduate!

Tablet PC Grad Buyer’s Guide – Our Picks:

Desktop Replacements: These models have larger displays and similar processing/multimedia power as a desktop PC, however this comes at the expense of extra size, weight and less battery life.

Toshiba Tecra M4 

The Toshiba M4 is the only Tablet PC to date that offers a 14.1″ high-resolution display. The M4 may be custom ordered with the features needed. This machine is literally a portable powerhouse that can handle just about any demanding computing task with ease.
Toshiba Tecra M4 Reviews / Toshiba Tecra M4 Opinions


Acer TravelMate C310 

The Acer C314 features a large 14.1″ display and a unique ergonomic keyboard design. The sturdy build and hefty power make this model a good bet for the student or professional who needs to take their Tablet PC out on the road.
Acer TravelMate C310 ReviewsAcer TravelMate C310 Opinions


These models offer a balance between power and portability.

Fujitsu LifeBook T4000 

The T4000 convertible Tablet PC from Fujitsu may be configured to order. Consumers may choose the advanced Atheros or common Intel Centrino wireless from Intel. Fujitsu’s exceptional support ensures trouble-free operation for the end-user.
Fujitsu LifeBook T4000 ReviewsFujitsu LifeBook T4000 Opinions


Acer TravelMate C200 Tablet PC 

The Acer Travelmate C200 features an innovative sliding display and is available in two distinct configurations. The “souped up” model has Bluetooth, a slot-loading DVD burner, dedicated graphics and a powerful Pentium M processor. For those who love the sleek design, but don’t need all the extra power, a base configuration featuring a Celeron M processor makes the C200 an affordable option.
Acer TravelMate C200 ReviewsAcer TravelMate C200 Opinions

Ultra-Portables: These systems don’t have the biggest screens or fastest performance, but they will not weigh your student down. These two models weigh less than a textbook!

IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad X41 

Weighing in at less than 3 lbs., the ThinkPad X41 Tablet PC exudes the essence of portability. This tablet will please business users who are already familiar with the ThinkPad features and quality that has made IBM/Lenovo a first choice for the mobile professional.
IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad X41 ReviewsIBM/Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Opinions


Fujitsu P1510D

Whether you’re toting this tiny convertible to a customer site, visiting patients, or running from meeting to meeting, the LifeBook P1500D notebook offers you the comfort and ease of a notebook combined with the amazing versatility of a tablet.
Fujitsu P1510D Reviews / Fujitsu P1510D Opinions




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