Fujitsu Siemens launch new Tablet PC

Fujitsu Siemens Computers has today announced the launch of a new convertible Tablet PC that will be available in the Middle East region from November 2003.

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By  Andrew Picken Published  September 23, 2003

Fujitsu Siemens Computers has today announced the launch of a new convertible Tablet PC that will be available in the Middle East region from November 2003.

The LIFEBOOK T3010 will be equipped with a 1.40 GHz Intel Pentium M processor and among the new features will be an integrated smart card reader function in the PC Card controller of the T3010. Combined with a built-in security panel, which requires a user PIN to start the notebook, the smart card reader functionality is designed to allay fears about security from notebook users.

"With the launch of the T3010, FSC is now the only vendor in the market who can offer the complete Tablet PC portfolio that includes the conventional slates in the Stylistic range, as well as the new convertible notebook, " said Susanne Lewitzki, product marketing manager, Middle East and North Africa, Fujitsu Siemens Computers.

She added: ""Since average computer systems cannot always meet customer specific requirements, we are customising the LIFEBOOK notebooks to the mobility needs of the professionals in the field. The combination of the notebook and the Tablet PC features will offer greater flexibility and functionality to the user."

The T3010 can be used as a normal ultra portable notebook. However, with a simple flip over, the screen fits neatly atop the keyboard and converts the T3010 into a Tablet PC, providing the Tablet PC features for creating handwritten notes and drawings, as well as for annotation of documents, directly on screen.

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