Conclusion: One reason for our test configuration's near-two-grand price was its stepped-up Intel CPU -- the Core 2 Duo P8700, a 2.53GHz dual-core with 3MB of Level 2 cache. Even limited to 2GB of DDR3 memory (we'd expect 4GB in this price range), the potent processor made the T4100 a multitasking workhorse,...
Summary: As configured, the Fujitsu LifeBook T4410 ($1,649) is more affordable than other multitouch tablets, such as the Lenovo ThinkPad X200 or the Dell Latitude XT2, both of which can exceed $2,000.
Conclusion: This is a hefty laptop which works well as a conventional notebook, but there are lighter, sexier models around. It's the addition of the touchscreen, and a multi-touch one at that, which is the real success of the Lifebook.
Pros: Great multi-touch screen, good keyboard
Cons: Heavy, bland-looking machine with (beyond the tablet) unexceptional specs
Summary: A decent multi-touch tablet attached to a reasonable laptop - albeit with suspect build quality - this cheaper configuration T4410 is worth considering against a range of £1,000-plus competitors.