Fujitsu Lifebook T580 Tablet PC now up for grabs from $1,149

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18 Dec, 2010 12:19 pm

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Fujitsu’s Lifebook T580 Tablet PC has finally reached the US, and is up for grabs directly from the company’s online shop. What we’ve got here is a high end 10-inch tablet convertible device with both 4-point capacitive and active digitizers so you can get the best of both finger and pen worlds, all in a package with a HD 1366 x 768 display, Intel Core i series processors and Windows 7.

More specs – Intel HD graphics, Windows 7 Professional, 2GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, webcam and a 6-cell 5800mAh battery. More features – Computrace BIOS, hard drive shock protection, fingerprint sensor, spill-resistant keyboard, light sensor and smart card slot.

The low end model packs in a Core i3-380UM processor and is priced at $1,149. The higher end model has a Core i5-560UM processor, priced at $1,399.

Visit the Fujitsu online shop.

Thanks to Jon, too!

Source: GottaBeMobile


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  • http://twitter.com/jessebandersen Jesse B Andersen

    If the digitizer is accurate then it might be a good convertible to consider. I can see this being a very mobile and useful note taking system. I would like to try it out with Sony Vegas and 1080p HD video editing.

  • Anonymous

    for that much I at least need ION I don’t get why the tablet has to be consistently under-powered as far as graphics are concerned.

  • Anonymous

    Expensive. Probably better off with a HP slate.

  • Anonymous

    well with this one you get active digitizer that if anything is the only thing this tablet has going for it.

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