Fujitsu is expanding its tablet line with the T1010 (see page 36). Announced at the same time as the T5010 that is to replace the venerable T4220, the T1010 serves as Fujitsu’s budget tablet and is available now. Main features of the 5.2 pound tablet reviewed include the latest Centrino 2 processor, Windows Vista Home Premium, and a 13.3″ screen displaying 1280×800 pixels of resolution. Unfortunately, the reviewer commented on a “murky screen,” which runs counter to the magnificent displays Fujitsu has been recently known for. Other noteworthy characteristics are a dedicated screen orientation button (the screen doesn’t automatically rotate) and a passive touch screen. A full review is to follow.
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