Summary: For users seeking a feature-packed ultraportable convertible with pen input, the LifeBook T580 is a pretty good option. However, the short battery life makes this $1,399 configuration difficult to recommend. Fujitsu should have included the larger battery at this price.
Excerpt: Carrying around and using the Fujitsu Lifebook T580 illustrates everything that's right, and wrong, with the Windows Tablet PC model. First, the upside: the combination of a multitouch screen with gesture recognition and a more traditional, stylus-based interface mesh well together.
Excerpt: Fujitsu today announced the launch of the Lifebook T580 Tablet PC which features 3-way input and a 10.1-inch Superfine HD Display. Weighing only 1.4kg, Fujitsu claims the Lifebook T580 increases productivity by keeping users mobile and connected to their business wherever they are, while a host of...
Summary: Gone are the days of the old grumpy looking tablets as the newer breed of tablets has revolutionized the complete scenario. There are many companies which have come and gone but there remain a few of them which have made a name for themselves in the world market and Fujitsu is one such brand.
Summary: The biggest down side, though, is the price. The base configuration, which includes 32-bit Windows 7, a fairly slow CPU, 4GB of RAM, and the 320GB hard drive, is nearly £1000. That's a really steep price for adding a touch interface.
Conclusion: Для решения ресурсоемких задач как раз подойдет полнофункциональный ноутбук Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T580. Самые требовательные пользователи останутся довольны мощью процессора и поворотным мультисенсорным дисплеем.