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Fujitsu Launches New Tablet PCs – LifeBook T4020 and Stylistic ST5032

Fujitsu Computer Systems has enhanced its LifeBook T4000 and Stylistic ST5000 Tablet PC lines with new products that claim to be better equipped at answering the demands of mobile professionals; featuring faster processors and updated security options.

The LifeBook T4020 Tablet PC merges the convenience of using a laptop with the functionality of a slate Tablet PC. If you are a user that makes use of (or prefers) inking or pen-driven navigation or one that requires the use of a keyboard and disk drive, Fujitsu offers this Tablet PC. It ships with the Intel Pentium M Processor ULV 740 or 760, a 12.1″ XGA display (that offers a 160 degree viewing angle), optional fingerprint sensor and Bluetooth connectivity. This Tablet PC can be purchased with either the Atheros Super AG or Intel PRO/Wireless 2915ABG network adapter. The LifeBook T4020 Tablet PC sells for US $2,149.

The Stylistic ST5032 Tablet PC is quite ‘light’ at just 3.5 pounds and ‘thin’ (less than 1″ thick). It features a 12.1″ XGA indoor or indoor/outdoor display (that offers a viewing angle of more than 160 degrees) or a 10.4″ indoor/outdoor display. It ships with the Intel Pentium M Processor ULV 753, a shock-mounted hard drive and sufficient system memory. In addition, it comes with an optional Bluetooth PAN and can be purchased with either the Atheros Super AG 802.11a/b/g WLAN or Intel PRO/Wireless 2915ABG network connection.

The Stylistic ST5032 Tablet PC also features enhanced security options that include a built-in TPM, a dedicated Smart Card slot, and a biometric swipe sensor (alas! this feature is available only on 12.1″ display models). This Tablet PC sells for US $2,499.

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