Fujitsu unveils a range of new LifeBook laptops, ranging from a 15.6-inch multimedia machine to multi-touch tablets for mobile professionals as well as consumers.
Fujitsu today expanded its line of LifeBook laptops in North America, launching new ultra-thin notebooks, multi-touch convertible tablets and desktop alternatives designed for business travelers and consumers.
The Fujitsu Lifebook T4410 is a convertible tablet PC for mobile professionals, available with multi-touch/pen input or pen-only input. The LifeBook T4310 is the consumer counterpart, weighing in at 4.2 pounds with a 12.1-inch WXGA LED backlit display and bi-directional hinge.
A dual digitizer delivers the capability to use traditional pen-based input, as well as the ability to use two-finger touch to manipulate images, zoom into maps, and interact with the tablet PC in new ways.
The T4310 is powered by Windows 7 Home Premium, Intel Core 2 Duo processor technology, and offers a range of ports including HDMI, VGA, FireWire, Gigabit Ethernet and 3 USB ports. It also sports a full-sized, spill-resistant keyboard with touchpad.
The T4410 offers everything the T4310 has, in addition to optional Windows 7 Professional, Vista Business or XP Downgrade. The T4310 also gets professional features like embedded TMP and port replicator support.
The Fujitsu LifeBook T4410 starts at $1200 and is available immediately, while the LifeBook T4310 starts at $1150 and will start selling on October 30.