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HP 2710p Tablet PC vs Fujitsu T2010 Tablet PC



It seems that the HP 2710p Tablet PC and the Fujitsu T2010 Tablet PC are quite the competitive pair when stacked up next to each other, so I thought it would a good idea to do a spec by spec comparison of the two devices. I’ve also received a few emails from readers requesting the comparsion, so after several hours of work, here it goes.

Bear in mind, there are four or five different sku’s among each model, with the ability to customize / upgrade / etc,  that make it difficult to do an exact comparison. I’ll try to notate where one offers other features in differing models. Hopefully, this might help folks in determining which tablet pc to purchase.

For my base model comparison, I’m looking at the RM272UT sku of the 2710p ($1749) and the A1T0J10304A30001 sku of the T2010 ( $1799 ).

HP 2710p
Fujitsu T2010
1.2 ghz Core 2 Duo, U7600
1.2 ghz Core 2 Duo, U7600
Mobile Intel ® GM965

Intel ® 965GM + ICH8M

2 gb, max 4 gb, 667 mhz. Turbo memory not supported.
1 gb, max 4 gb, 533 mhz. 1gb Turbo memory support.
100 gb Smart PATA, 4200 rpm. Cannot be upgraded to 7200 rpm drives.
60 gb S-ATA, 5400 rpm. 2.5″ drives, can be upgraded to 7200 rpm. SSD options available
Intel 802.11a/b/g, draft N and Broadcom available in other models; Bluetooth 2.0

Intel ® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN (802.11a/b/g/draft-n) or
Atheros Super AG; Bluetooth 2.0

Integrated WWAN
Not included in this model, but is available and can be upgraded later with either hs2300 HSDPA or 1x EVDO-A. 2710p comes with integrated WWAN antenna

12.1 WXGA 1280 x 800;
300:1 (typical) contrast ratio; 200 nit (typical) brightness; 0.204 mm pixel resolution; LED; ±80 Horizontal, ±80 Vertical (typical) viewing angles; right to left rotating directional hinge.

12.1″ WXGA TFT LED back-lit enhanced indoor display with wide viewing angles; Bi-directional hinge; 0.204 dot pitch, >220 nits brightness
Optional: 12.1″ WXGA indoor/outdoor display with anti-reflective coating


Mobile Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X3100, with up to 384 MB shared system memory
Microsoft DirectX 9 capable

Mobile Intel ® GMA X3100 with Intel ® Clear Video Technology enabling DX10 and MPEG-2; Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) responds to application requirements and efficiently allocates the proper amount of system memory (up to 384 MB) for optimal graphics and system performance.
Internal: 1280 x 800.

External: up to 2048 x 1536 at 75 Hz, and lower resolutions at up to 100 Hz

Maximum internal display resolution: 1280 x 800, 16M colors;
External monitor resolution: 1600 x 1200, 16M colors;
Simultaneous display resolution: 1280 x 800

Active with digital pen and eraser
Active with digital pen and eraser
Ambient Light Sensor
Not sure. Will update if I learn more.
Integrated 2 MP ( 1600 x 1200 ) with business card scanning ( integrated slot to scan business card )
Keyboard light
101 / 102-key compatible keyboard, 19-mm x 19-mm key pitch, 2.5 mm stroke

84-key keyboard, 19mm key pitch, 3mm key stroke with spill-resistant; official specs say “touch pad with left, right”, and scroll buttons. Pictures do not show touchpad, though.

Silver with brushed aluminum, rubberized back, magnetic latch.
Black, with felt on back. No latch.
Track Stick or Touch Pad
Track stick
Track stick
Programmable buttons, on screen buttons, etc
capacitive touch volume controls ( not on screen ); programmable button on side of screen; one capactive touch button programmable ( not on screen ). No on-screen programmable buttons
Yes, 5 on-screen buttons, several programmable.
Scroll buttons
Screen flush with casing
Maybe – hard to tell based on pictures.

2 USB 2.0
1 IEEE 1394
1 microphone in
1 headphone/line-out
1 docking connector
1 battery connector
1 RJ-45
1 RJ-11
1 external VGA monitor
1 AC power

Two USB 2.0, IEEE 1394, External monitor/VGA, modem (RJ-11) on select models, Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45), docking connector, headphone/line-out jack, and microphone/line-in jack


1 Express Card/54
1 secure digital
(An optional Integrated Smart Card Reader is available and replaces the Type I/II PC card slot)

One Type I/II PCMCIA slot, 32-bit PC CardBus architecture;
One Smart Card slot;
One shared slot for Memory Stick ®, Memory Stick PROâ„¢, or Secure Digital (SD) card

Built-in Optical Drive
No. Available with docking station.
No. Available with docking station.
Integrated fingerprint reader, security password software
Integrated fingerprint reader, security password software
6-cell ( 44 WHr, rated for 3 – 5 hours ), 6-cell Ultra slim battery also available ( 46 Whr, rated for 3 – 5 hours ). Both batteries can be used together to get 9 – 10 hours. Ultra-slim battery can be charged in docking station without the need of the tablet.  Ultra-slim battery attaches to bottom of 2710p, causing it to be a little thicker.
See weights below.
6-cell (62.6 WHr), 9-cell ( 93.9 Whr, rated for 11 hours)  battery also available. The best I can tell, either the 6-cell or the 9-cell can be used. 9-cell battery extends out front of the T2010 causing it to be a little wider. See weights below.
3.7 lb (1.68 kg). Ultra-slim battery weighs 1.24 lbs for total of 4.94 lbs for 6 – 10 hours with two batteries combined. 2710p is roughly 1 lb heavier with comparable or slightly less battery life. I’m getting about 9 hours on HP optimized setting.
3.52 lbs with 6-cell battery, additional .32 lbs with 9-cell battery for a total of 3.84 lbs with the 9 cell battery, rated 11 hours. I have not read of any real-world experience of that 11 hour battery, yet. Fujitsu is 1 lb lighter with comparable battery performance, though.
11.42 x 8.35 x 1.11 in (290.00 x 212.00 x 28.20 mm)
11.9″ x 8.8″ x 1.36″;
3 year
1 year – additional warranties available for purchase






























































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