So are you going for a plain old notebook, or rather a fancy slate /tablet /pad? Or both? Fortunately there’s Fujitsu, last remaining maker of personal computers on European soil, whose engineers (of former Siemens and Nixdorf fame) have continously been cranking out transformeresque computing devices for years now. Widely unnoticed by the public, which is a case of unneccessary negligence, as the recently introduced Lifebook T 730, and TH 700 notebooktablets feature some very nice specs – a 12.1 inch display, Windows 7, GPS, Blu-Ray, fingerprint-lock, and are priced from 999 Euros upwards. Open your notebook like in the old days, but then turn the screen around and fold it back – laptop turns tablet. Two in one. A black convertible.
The LIFEBOOK T730 is a 12.1-inch Tablet PC that supports the new multiple touch technology. With the dual digitizer this multifunctional device accepts input either with a pen or with your fingers, just as occasion demands. Or you can use it as a normale notebooks and work with the keyboard. With the modular bay and the port replicator this device answers all questions concerning mobile flexibility.