Advertisement Windows XP Tablet Notebook Reviews Fujitsu LifeBook T4010 Editor's rating (1-5): Posted May 12, 2005 by Lisa Gade, Editor in Chief Fujitsu has managed to hit that sweet spot with their LifeBook T4010 convertible tablet PC. Weighing in at 4.6 lbs. With dimensions similar to other highly portable convertibles, the LifeBook manages to pack in an optical drive, card reader and all the ports you'd expect to see on a serious notebook. While most compact Windows XP Tablet PC Edition notebooks have no internal CD or DVD drive, Fujitsu managed to fit that all important drive into their design. The LifeBook T4010's respectable specs are significantly better than the T3010 which it replaces. This Centrino-based notebook has a 1.6GHz Intel Dothan M725 processor, 512 megs of RAM, and a 60 gig hard drive.
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Running Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, the LifeBook has a 12.1 XGA display which you can write and draw on using the included pen. The T4010 is a convertible model, which means you can use it as a conventional notebook, or swivel the display and lay it flat against the keyboard to use it like a virtual pad of paper or tablet. If you want to learn more about Windows XP Tablet Edition notebook features and specs, click to read our guide. Bottom view The T4000 series include several configurations with a list price range starting at $1,599 for a model with no optical drive, and going over $2,200 for a unit with the faster 1.8GHz Intel 745 processor, internal DVD burner. Fujitsu offers the T4000 series with an indoor wide viewing angle display, and you can upgrade to an indoor/outdoor wide angle display or an SXGA+ indoor display. We received the Intel 725 1.6GHz model with the wide view indoor display, DVD/CD-RW optical drive, 512 megs of RAM and a 60 gig hard drive for review. Deals and Shopping.
In the Box Fujitsu includes a few nice extras with the T4010, such as two screen protectors (peel off the blue protective backing before using), a pen tether, weight saver insert should you wish to carry the tablet without the optical drive inserted in the media bay, a full set of CDs, including restore, drivers, application CDs for Bluetooth, WinDVD 5 and RecordNow. And of course you get the notebook itself, a pen, Lithium Ion battery, charger, printed manual and modem cable. Design As stated, the T4010 sports a convertible design making it perfect for those who need to do serious typing at times but also want to make use of the display's digitizer to take handwritten notes or to do graphic art work. Il Rigoletto Libretto Pdf File Adobe Photoshop Cs3 Free Download Crack Keygen Patches. there. Flip open the lid and use the LifeBook as a standard laptop, and swivel the display panel on its center circular hinge to lay the display flat facing up for use as a tablet.
The top half of the notebook which houses the display is finished in matte charcoal, while the bottom half of the clamshell is silver with a faint blue tint and has charcoal accents. The keyboard is a tad lighter than the silver body, making it easier to find the keys in poorly lit environments. The LifeBook is neither a looker nor an ugly duckling, and its curved corners give it a pleasingly modern appearance. The Fujitsu T4010 feels and looks solid and well made.
A small but sturdy round swivel hinge affixes the display to the notebook, and there are the usual shortcut keys surrounding the display bezel as well as a mic port to make tablet use sans keyboard do-able. The EMR pen nests to the left of the display and the power button lives in the lower right corner, also easily accessible when the notebook is in tablet mode. The status LCD panel, standard on many Fujitsu notebooks made in the last decade, lives just below the display on the bezel and informs you of charging status, hard disk activity, WiFi activity and the like. The optical drive, in our case a DVD/CD-RW, is on the right side of the unit and fits into the media bay.