Fujitsu’s latest foray into the tablet market offers new touch functions
Fujitsu new series of tablets comes with a multi-touch feature that allows the options of using the two fingers touch gestures to zoom, rotate, pinch and flick.
The LifeBook T5010 also has dual digitiser technology and anti-glare display, as well as a 13.3-inch SuperFine widescreen with Backlight LED, and a wide 160-degree viewing angle with a bi-directional hinge.
Coupled with the spill-resistant keyboard, five-button easy access panel and the hot-swappable modular bay device, the T5010 impresses in both practicality and functionality.
Integrated with the GM45 Integrated Graphics with Intel Active Management Technology (AMT), brightness rating of 300nits and a 500:1 contrast ratio, the LifeBook T5010 offers an array of colours in an indoor or outdoor setting. Going a step further to create the ultimate deluxe viewing experience, the newly enhanced T5010 is presented with an anti-glare display surface that is also smudge-proof, maintaining a crystal-clear screen at all times.
Also available are the LifeBook T4410 and T4310. Though identical in size for both tablet-convertibles, the 12.1-inch T4410 offers a wide viewing angle of 160-degree in all directions and provides port replicator support for multiple port connectivity.
Presented with a hot-swappable modular bay device for ultimate flexibility, these two tablet-convertibles give users the option of slotting in a second Hard Disk Drive, a second battery, or a DVD writer.
Powered with the latest Windows 7 Professional operating system, both units have storage of 320GB, furnished with a 2.0 megapixel camera, stereo speakers and a digital microphone for superior web communication.
Data security and protection consists of the BIOS Lock, 2-password hard disk lock, LifeBook lock, anti-theft lock slot and fingerprint sensor to ensure that your documents are kept safe and confidential.
LifeBook T5010 $2,599
LifeBook T4310 $1,899