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Fujitsu LifeBook B6210 notebook moonlights as a touchscreen Tablet PC
Thursday, June 22, 2006
The line separating conventional notebook computers from tablet PCs just gotten that much more blurry. We've already heard about the Tablet PC from Tatung that sports a detachable keyboard, but now a bigger name has jumped into the keyboard-touting touchscreen computer biz. The good people over at Fujitsu have put together the LifeBook B6210 laptop, which sports a touchscreen display and runs on either Tablet PC Edition '05 or XP Professional.

Designed with healthcare and field-force industries in mind, this new lappy from Fujitsu comes with a 12.1-inch XGA display, placing it right alongside non-touchscreen ultraportable notebooks on the market. Being 3.2 pounds doesn't hurt either.

Standard features include a Core Solo 1.2 GHz processor, 512MB of SDRAM, and a smaller than average 40 GB HDD. Other key features include Gigabit Ethernet, all three flavours of WiFi (no N, of course), and the option to spiff it up with a fingerprint reader and/or Bluetooth.

Starting price for the XP version is right at the $1,600 mark, with the Tablet PC'd LifeBook B6210 going for fifty bucks more.
[via Mobile Mag ]
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