Notebook/Tablet PC Combo

Feb. 1, 2007
The Lifebook T4215 Tablet PC from Fujitsu combines basic notebook features with a tablet PC. Intel Centrino Duo Mobile Technology processing and Windows XP Tablet PC Edition are standard with a choice of three 12.1-inch bidirectional hinge LCD displays optimized for indoor, outdoor or indoor/outdoor use. A built-in modular bay supports a media drive or a second battery drive. Integrated Ethernet LAN, a modem, Wi-Fi certified wireless LAN and optional Bluetooth 2.0 support multiple connectivity. An 82-key keyboard and a stylus permit typed and digital ink data input. A variety of ports and card slots provide peripheral data input and storage options. Instant access to desktop peripherals can be accomplished with an optional port replicator with hot docking capability. The media drive door can be locked and drive spinning stopped via Fujitsu’s patent pending BayLock, which prevents accidental ejection or damage in tablet mode. Comprehensive security features include a fingerprint sensor, security application panel, security lock slot, two level hard drive password, BIOS-enabled Computrace/LoJack theft protection and an embedded TPM 1.2 dedicated Smart Card slot. Lithium ion battery operation via combined main and modular batteries provides up to 10 hours of life. The unit weight begins at just 4.3 lbs. One- or 3-year international limited warranties, 24/7 technical support and Fujitsu extended service plans are available.

Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation, Sunnyvale, Calif.
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