In our tests, the ultra slim and light Fujitsu LifeBook T2010 convertible tablet offered one of the best battery performances we’ve seen–lasting nearly 7 hours on a nine-cell battery.
The T2010 scored points for its versatile 12.1-inch screen, which is designed to be easily viewed indoors and out. The antiglare coating made the screen a bit difficult to read in direct sunlight, however. The keyboard layout is excellent. The tablet features one PC Card slot; two USB ports; Wi-Fi and Bluetooth; and an integrated Smart Card slot for security. You don’t get a built-in optical drive, however.
Update: Walt Mossberg gives us a sneak peek at Lenovo’s alternative to the MacBook Air, the X300. Unfortunately, the X300 is not a Tablet PC, but it is a fully spec’d ultra-portable coming in at 3.12 lbs.
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