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The Fujitsu LifeBook T730 replaces the T4410 as Fujitsu's 12.1'' convertible tablet PC.

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Multi-touch available

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Built-in HDMI port

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Removable optical drive can be replaced with battery or weight saver in bay.

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Custom configurations very expensive

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The Fujitsu LifeBook T730 replaces the T4410 as Fujitsu's 12.1'' convertible tablet PC. Processors, wireless cards, and component options have been updated. The body, ports, and major features of the system remains largely identical; this includes the dual digitizer option where the touch screen can be used with both the supplied active digitizer pen and finger touch gestures. Intel's Core i5 and i7 processors have replaced the older Core 2 Duo processors. Intel wireless cards and integrated graphics have also been replaced by the latest iterations from Intel. Higher capacity hard drive and solid state drive options have been added and the maximum allowed amount of memory have been increased from 4GB to 8GB. It is available with professional versions of Windows XP and 7. The optical drive bay can be customized with DVD drive, extra battery, and weight saver options. The LifeBook T730 is one of few 12.1'' convertible tablet PC option available on the market today. 

Features / Specifications
  • Windows 7 / XP Professional (32/64 bit) options.
  • Intel Core i5/i7 options
  • Intel HD Graphics (Integrated)
  • Up to 8GB DDR3 ram
  • Up to 500GB HDD and 256GB SSD options
  • 12.1'' WXGA (1280x800) LED backlit display, 300 nit out door viewable option available
  • Dual digitizer (Pen and finger) option
  • 3x USB2.0, 4 pin IEEE1394, VGA out, HDMI out, Expresscard 54, 2.0 Mega Pixel webcam
  • Biometric fingerprint sensor, TPM module, security lock slot
  • Intel / Atheros wireless N options, Gigabit ethernet
  • 6 cell battery with extra modular bay battery option
  • 1 or 3 year international warranty
Post Review
02/07/2011 12:41

is the adveritsed battery life (11 hours) accurate... what is the actual runtime without expanded battery? (standard 6 cell)

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