Fujitsu Goes Convertible With Tablet PC

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From PC World:

Fujitsu has expanded its lineup of Tablet PC products with the launch of the LifeBook T3000 convertible device. The unit is also Fujitsu’s first Tablet PC to use Intel’s Centrino technology.

After an initial flurry following the release of Microsoft’s Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, Tablet PC introductions have slowed. But Fujitsu, which already sells a slate Tablet PC, has become, with Monday’s announcement, one of the few vendors to offer both types of Tablet PCs.

Tablet PCs have thus far been released in two shapes. The LifeBook T3000 is a convertible device that looks like an ordinary notebook, but with a screen that swivels to cover the keyboard when used in Tablet PC mode. Fujitsu’s other Tablet PC, the Stylistic ST4000, is a slate device that can be placed in a docking station when a user wants to enter information with a keyboard.




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