New Fujitsu T4000 Tablet PC

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New Fujitsu T4000 Tablet PC

An exciting new offering from Fujitsu is well on it’s way.  The new Lifebook T4000 Tablet PC promises a whopping 8 1/2 hours of battery life (with optional second battery installed), a powerful Dothan-based Centrino Processor and stunning looks.  To make it appealing to both verticle and mainstream markets, Fujitsu has crafted this model into the popular “convertible” form factor.  Other exciting updates according to the official Fujitsu news release include “a new display with a 180-degree viewing angle, dual microphones with noise cancellation, Bluetooth wireless technology and advanced security features.”

The Official Specs. from Fujitsu:

Processor: Intel(R) Pentium(R) M 725 or 745 Processor
Display: 12.1″ XGA display with active digitizer
Memory: 256 MB minimum; two DIMM slots; 2 GB maximum
Hard Drive(2): 60 GB or 40 GB
Communications: Ethernet and modem (standard); Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG
Card Slots: One Type II card slot, dedicated Smart Card slot, and Secure
Digital slot
Battery: Lithium ion; up to 5 hours(1) with main battery; up to
8.5 hours(1) with main battery and second bay battery; bridge battery for
warm swapping of primary battery
Ports: Two USB 2.0, Modem (RJ-11), Ethernet (RJ-45), VGA-out, Infrared
port (IrDA 1.1-compatible, 4Mbps), headphone, microphone and docking port
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
Dimensions/Weight: 11.5″ (W) x 9.3″ (D) x 1.1-1.4″ (H); approximately
4.3 lbs. with weight saver; 4.7 lbs. with media drive installed

If all this sounds like a top of the line system, it should as the price on the T4000 starts at a somewhat pricey $2019 just for the base model.  However, Fujitsu has has a reputation for great quality, reliability and innovation that is well deserved.  More information on this model will be posted as we receive it.




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