Fujitsu has rolled out its latest notebook with multi-touch display, the Fujitsu LifeBook T5010. The T5010 doesn’t have sophisticated multi-touch like the Lenovo x200, it only senses two finger touches at the same time (for rotating, pinching, zooming, groping, etc.), while the x200 can sense four. Still the T5010 is also a full Tablet PC like the x200.
The T5010 is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo Processor, 1GB RAM, 80GB hard drive, built-in DVD burner, Bluetooth, fingerprint scanner, 6-cell Lithium-ion battery, one-year warranty, Energy Star approval rating) but the integrated v.92 modem has been replaced in favor of the wireless WAN (WWAN) support option. The 13.3-inch Tablet PC is available with Windows Vista until October 22, after which it can be outfitted with Windows 7.
While the new base model of the T5010 starts at around $1,700, the mobile broadband configuration bumps the price up to $1,919 (not including the cost of a mobile service contract with either AT&T or Verizon).