Multi touch on the Fujitsu T4410 Tablet

Short rundown: Very responsive screen touchwise. With Windows 7 you can pretty much use it without the keyboard for almost any operation. Browsing is easy with zoom and a swipe gesture to navigate forward and backwards. Not as sturdy as the Fujitsu T5010. But as a hardcore Tablet PC user – the touch screen brings what tablets have been lacking before. For browsing, checking your mail, manage files, e-reading etc just use your finger and whenever you need to take a note in Onenote 2010 just take out you pen. Windows 7  is ofc a “must have” on every tablet and even more so on a unit with touch.

Work
Battery life is about 6h – depending on Wifi, UMTS etc. The unit above runs with a extras battery in the modular bay instead of a DVD burner/player. A whole day of normal work is no problem.

Play
First of all – this is no gaming laptop. It scores 3.4 in Win 7, with the GPU beeing it’s weakspot (ofc). There was no problem however streaming a full HD video over WiFi (it supports IEEE 802.11b/g, IEEE 802.11n), connected to our LCD TV using the HDMI out.

So using it as a portable mediastreamer when you get home from work should be no problem.

Specs on the  FUJITSU LIFEBOOK T4410 above:  C2D 2.53 4GB/320 3G 12.1″
Running on Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, 64-bit.
Memorycard slot takes xD, SD/SDHC, MMC, Memory Stick, MS Pro.
GPU: Intel GMA 4500MHD
Camera: 1,3 Mp
Connections: 3 USB, 1 FireWire, VGA, HDMI, 3,5 mm sound both out and in and a Expresscard slot.
WiFi: Gigabit Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbit/s.  IEEE 802.11b/g, IEEE 802.11n
Ram: 4GB SO-DIMM DDR3 1066 MHz
HD: 320 GB, 5400 RPM
Screen: 12,1 ” / 1280 x 800, anti-glare, background LED
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 2,53 GHz
Weight: 1,79 kg

I recommend changing the HD for a SSD but besides that there’s really not much more I can complain about.
 regardless of being new to tablet or if have been using them before you will want to go with touch – it takes your tablet to a whole new level.

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