Notebook Or Tablet? You Decide.

— July 30, 2008

Fujitsu's LifeBook T5010 is one of a slate of convertible notebooks the company introduced in July. The enterprise-class T5010 offers a 13.3-inch display and can be used as a notebook or a tablet. A modular bay can accommodate an optical drive or a second battery. The 4.3-pound device supports Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology, for secure and remote manageability on a chip. Flexible options for wireless connectivity include next-gen Intel wireless draft-N or Atheros N, optional Bluetooth v2.1, and optional wireless WAN. Price: $1,769. www.computers.us.fujitsu.com/business

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