First look: Fujitsu Lifebook T730 Tablet PC
The Fujitsu Lifebook T730 Tablet PC is one beast of a machine. These are some first hand pics for you to take a gander at. It’s a bulky little tablet, but you’re getting a full-fledged power house of a computer packed inside this fliptastic form factor. This thing has everything under the kitchen sink. Fujitsu is making them with the core i3 to i5 range of chips, with 2GB to 4GB DDR3 memory; if you look at this only as a tablet, you will surely be disappointed by its size. If you cant get away from a notebook, but need the tablet functionality, this might be something you’re looking for. The touchscreen is deadly accurate, with a Wacom Active digitizer pen to go with its capacitive multi-touch screen.
Prices range from as low as $1,199 up to $1,749. They are taking on the netbook and tablet market all in one shot with this little hybrid. The screen is nicely lit, the stylus is very responsive and accurate (much more so than a finger). Stay tuned for a full on review.