Summary: The Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 offers speed, strong Wi-Fi performance, and a good tablet and pen experience. Its $2,079 price has us wishing it had a sleeker design and touchscreen capabilities, like what you’ll find on the 12.1-inch Lenovo ThinkPad X200 Tablet. However, if you like the idea of owning a tablet with an optical drive and want a larger display, the T5010 is a good investment.
Pros: Good performance, Strong wireless range, Durable rotating hinge,
Cons: No finger-touch input, Sluggish hard drive, No mobile broadband option yet,
Excerpt: The Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 convertible laptop is built for business. Running on the Centrino 2 vPro chipset and packed to the gills with IT-friendly security features, it's designed to be an efficient portable workstation for the mobile professional.
Summary: The Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 is a relatively powerful notebook with the latest connectivity options and an above-average battery life. Unfortunately the unit's overheating detracts from what should be a strong performer.
Pros: Latest connectivity options, Wacom active digitiser, good battery life
One of the best notebooks on the market for handwriting recognition
Good Gear Guide.au
21 December 2009
Summary: If you're on the lookout for a notebook that can be used as a tablet, then the Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 is about as good as it gets. It's fast, very well built and has one of the most responsive and accurate touch screens we've tested. The only downsides are its non-powered USB 2.0 ports and the inclusion of a PC Card slot instead of an ExpressCard/54 slot.
Pros: Excellent touch screen and handwriting recognition, fast, solid build quality, can use fingers or a pen to navigate
Cons: No ExpressCard/54 slot, not all USB ports are powered
Summary: The Fujitsu Siemens LifeBook T5010 is rather weighty for extended use in tablet mode, but it offers a sizeable 13.3-inch screen and decent performance, as well as robust build quality and a comfortable keyboard
Pros: Good performance, High-quality keyboard, Sizeable screen for a tablet PC, Modular bay supports a second battery, Mobile-broadband option
Cons: Battery life could be longer, Touchscreen requires use of a stylus, Relatively large and heavy