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LifeBook T1010 is a mid-line tablet PC offered by Fujitsu.

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Pros

High performance Core 2 Duo CPU in a small package, not a low voltage processor with weaker performance

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Ultra portable with built in DVD drive which is rare (for 2008 standards)

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Build Quality, Design, Keyboard, Connection, Display, Webcam, Mic, Bluetooth, Ergonomics/ Ease Of Use.

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Good price for a convertible tablet, most options are limited to high end business products from traditional brands such as Dell/HP/Thinkpad

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Good quality display, good colours and viewing angles, uses an MVA panel manufactured by Fujitsu themselves

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Above average battery life with a power efficient 45nm dual core processor and integrated graphics

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Cons

Vista does not work well in tablet mode as the user interface is not optimised for stylus or touch control (W7 is better)

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Does not include active digitizer unlike similar products from Dell and HP

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LifeBook T1010 is a mid-line tablet PC offered by Fujitsu. Those looking for a light, mobile unit with a variety of features and capabilities will be attracted to this model. Intel Core 2 Duo Processor offering a CPU speed of 2.26 GHz works with a Passive Resistive digitizer. The optical drive is a Dual-Layer Multi-Format DVD writer and there is 4GB of total memory. The display, larger than other Fujitsu tablet PC’s, is 13.3 Wide XGA display, using a Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500 HD graphics card. Wireless communication is accomplished through Integrated Intel Wi-Fi Link 5100 AGN (802.11a/b/g/draft-n) and Bluetooth V2.1. Battery life, 3.45h, is not as long as other models, but the weight is equal at 5.3lbs. An additional special feature is the bi-directional hinge, allowing for a rotational twist of the display. This tablet is very similar to the flagship T5010, however it doesn't have some of the security features that make the T5010 targeted towards the business market.

Features  
  • 13.3" WXGA touch screen display
  • Centrino 2 platform
  • Integrated webcam and digital microphone
  • Bluetooth wireless
  • Bi-directional display hinge
  • 2.26 GHz CPU speed
Post Review
Tripsixes
10/17/2008 01:25

I recently decided to purchase the new Fujitsu Lifebook Tablet PC because I kept seeing it advertise, and I also did research on it to make sure it had exactly what I was looking for. It did, and I was very impressed with its style already. So I went to Fujitsu site and purchased this little gem beauty. Fujitsu was so pleasantly fast at getting it built and shipped out to me, and it shipped one day and I received it the very next day. I have used it for the past two days now, and it turns out that it Is just what I was looking for. I have bought computers and laptops in the past, just to get disappointed later on that it either wasn't what it said it was, or not what I expected it to be. But this T1010 Lifebook gave me just what it said it would, and then some. It is extremely fast at everything from booting up to shutting off and everything in between. I am more than satisfied with my new T1010. This is my first actual tablet pc, so I know I'll have fun learning its tablet functions. The ony thing that I wished for was that it came with WWAN mobile connection, but I don't think that was an option. Not to worry at all though, because I don;t ever use WWAN. Just that I am a techy guy, and love for my things to have all the bells and whistles. Of course, thats just me, and this isn't a com by any means. Bottom line is I am very satisfied and happy with my purchase all throughout the whole process. And if you purchase this computer, you will be too. Thanks for listening.

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