Fujitsu Unveils the LifeBook T2010 Tablet PC

Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific reveals the latest addition to its convertible tablet PC series - the LifeBook T2010 that is designed for productivity and mobility. This device weighs a mere 1.53 kg, and offers an impressive battery life of up to 11 hours with a 9-cell battery. Its portability and reliability takes a substantial load off students and makes it a breeze for travellers to carry through their erratic expedition. Possessing a 3-axis Shock Sensor, this sleek and handy companion also assures that you will not be easily affected by data loss from carelessness or unforeseen accidents.

The dynamic LifeBook T2010 comes with security features that prevent unauthorised access to information in the device. Built-in safety measures like the BIOS Lock, Hard Disk Lock, LifeBook Lock, Smartcard Support and Anti-Theft Lock slot ward off intrusion of any kind. The Fingerprint Recognition Technology makes access to data so effortless that you simply have to swipe your pre-registered fingerprint for access to your encrypted information instantaneously. These features are extremely beneficial to mobile and healthcare executives who depend heavily on the use of confidential data for their work.

In addition, you can enjoy exceptional viewing clarity on the go with the 12.1-inch Wide XGA display that features an 80/80/80/80 wide viewing angle and 300 nits brightness, making it ideal for both indoor and outdoor viewing. With a bi-directional hinge, convenient tablet PC transformation from its notebook form enables mobile professionals to consistently achieve swift manageability when on the move.

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