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Fujitsu T900 — Multitouch on a Tablet

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I am a big fan of convertible notebooks, especially those that add multitouch to the mix. Fujitsu has long been a maker of fine Tablet PCs, and the T900 looks to be another fine entry in its product line. The T900 has a 13.3-inch screen and can be configured with several Intel (s intc) processors, up to the Core i7 running at a respectable 2.66 GHz.

The T900 is not the lightest tablet on the block at 2-kilograms, but Fujitsu is known for making durable computers that stand up to the test of travel. There is an integrated 3G option, and various security options including CompuTrace location in the event the notebook walks off and leaves the owner.

Fujitsu’s latest Tablet PC  can be ordered with up to 8 GB of memory, and there is a 128 GB SSD option available when configuring. The T900 starts at $1,899 which is not cheap by any means. This pricing is not for the lowest configuration so perhaps one can be configured cheaper. Note that this price does not include the dual digitizer, which is a $100 option. Fujitsu sure can make things confusing, but it does look like a nice convertible notebook anyway.

7 Responses to “Fujitsu T900 — Multitouch on a Tablet”

  1. I got one March 1st and the “cool new toy” is just dying down. The mult-touch screen is just awsome and now that the suspend problem is fixed, my real complaints are gone. My lesser complaints are missing eSATA, DVI, and usable speakers. I can work around those. I never thought I could so seemelessly replace paper until I got my T900. An awsome tablet for a consultant.

  2. I’ve a P1610 at the moment, but my boss has just ordered one of these for me. Can’t wait, especially as I can use the non-corporate std, Windows 7. It’s coming with 4GB RAM and the 128GB SSD… sounds fantastic!

  3. For those of us in the U.S., we’d appreciate weights in our old-fashioned pounds and ounces please. Thanks. The return of coverage of REAL tablets to JKOTR is welcome indeed.

  4. Would really like to see them revamp the P1630 to support a capacitive touch screen and move to a chicklit backlit keyboard. – then it will be the ultimate UMPC to up the pressure on Apple’s iPad.

  5. Shogmaster

    I’m disappointed that they couldn’t even bother to change the casing enough from the T5010 to add an HDMI out. They should have just called it T5020 with that kind of effort…

    I appreciate the i5/i7 upgrade though.