Fujitsu has just launched a bunch of LifeBook notebooks, plus multi touch tablets that work great with Windows 7. Among the new models there’s also LifeBook T4410 a convertible tablet PC with an attractive price and available with multi-touch or pen input. The LifeBook T4310 convertible tablet PC is aimed at consumers and students.

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Fujitsu LifeBook T4310 is a multi touch convertible tablet PC, weighing 4.2 pounds and packing a 12.1 inch WXGA LED display with backlight and bi-directional hinge. It also comes with Windows 7 Home Premium, Intel Core 2 Duo processor technology, integrated fingerprint sensor, webcam, dual digital microphones and many ports: HDMI, VGA, FireWire, 3 USB ports and Gigabit Ethernet.

Its specs list also includes gesture support, a stylus, a spill-resistant keyboard with touchpad, a memory stick/ SD media slot and ExpressCard slot, plus an ambient light sensor. All of that will be yours for $1,099 after a $50 mail in rebate and the offer will be available October 30, 2009.

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Moving on to the LifeBook T4410 model, this convertible tablet, aimed at professionals comes with Windows 7 Professional, Vista business or XP Downgrade. Most of the features on LifeBook T4310 also match this device, plus embedded TPM, port replicator support, a 12.1 inch WXGA LED backlit display with wide viewing angles and more.

T4310 should retail for $1,199 with an active digitizer and $1,299 with a dual digitizer.

[via tablet2pc]

  • That seems a pretty good laptop and yet a tablet PC at the same time.