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New Ultra Thin Notebooks Offer Touch Input, Flexibility

 Fujitsu has expanded its line of LifeBook(R) laptops, launching new ultra-thin notebooks, multi touch convertible tablets and desktop alternatives designed for students, business travelers and consumers.
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Fujitsu  has expanded its line of LifeBook(R) laptops, launching new ultra-thin notebooks, multi touch convertible tablets and desktop alternatives designed for students, business travelers and consumers.

The LifeBook T4310 convertible tablet PC, for consumers and students, offers multi touch input, while the moderately- priced LifeBook T4410 convertible tablet PC, for mobile professionals, offers multi- touch/pen input or pen-only input.

The thin, lightweight systems, with configurations starting at 4.2 and 3.9 pounds respectively and 12.1-inch wide displays,include a modular bay and dual digitizer supporting two-finger touch. The dual digitizer provides both traditional pen-based input, as well as the ability to use two-finger touch to manipulate images, and zoom into maps. The modular bay allows users to configure the system the way they like — whether adding a second battery for all day computing, an optical drive or second hard drive — without changing the outside dimensions of the unit.

For more information, visit Fujitsu.

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