source – alltouchtablet.com/ by John Pope
Are you in search of a fast tablet PC that will run all the programs you use on your deskop? You want it now? Take a look then at the Fujitsu T4410 tablet PC, a serious tablet powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo CPU. The other spec you’re interested in is the 12.1 inch screen with multitouch and digitizer option that allows you to control the tablet with your fingers or the included stylus.
The Core 2 Duo CPU is not the fastest around since Intel launched the Core i5 and i7 mobile CPUs, but it does a better job than your Atom or Ultra Low Voltage CPU, and you’ll feel the speed in any of the apps you will run. Here’s a break down of the specs of Fujitsu T4410 Tablet PC:
- Intel Core 2 Duo CPU up to T9600 running at 2.8 GHz
- 12.1 inch screen (1280 x 800 pixels) multi touch enabled which can be rotated in both directions!!!
- up to 8 GB RAM
- up to 320 GB HDD or 128 GB SSD drive
- WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G
- modular second expansion bay with options for battery, HDD or optical drive
- ambient light sensor, fingerprint reader
- 6 hours run time with the primary battery, up to 9 hours with the second one mounted in the modular bay
- 1.8 kg weight
- Windows 7 Professional OS with Windows XP downgrade option
Those specs are respectable for any of the current 12 inch laptops, so expect a seamless user experience thanks to the combination of hardware and software, but the other consequence is the high price tag. On Amazon I’ve found two models: one with T6670 CPU at 2.2GHz for 1291$ and one with a P8700 CPU at 2.53 GHz for 1544$. They’re not cheap by any means, but if performance is what you seek then this is your best option currently.
Now back to the overall look of Fujitsu T4410, you won’t be amazed about how it looks like, but you’ll appreciate the fact that the screen can be rotated both ways, so no more trouble when lending your computer to a friend and he doesn’t know how to open it. That if you are the type that lends 1500$ worth of gear often.
check out the original post with a couple of videos of the table at alltouchtablet.com