Summary: I have had a old Fujitsu for 6 years, it is still going strong to date. But that one is too bulky, that's why I bought this one several months ago. Same sturdy design. For me Made In Japan is way better than Made In China. Nowadays, even expensive laptops like Mac and Vaio are made in China. I think I will stick to Fujitsu, unless they do the same cut cost and lower quality thing like other vendors.
Summary: I don't know what to say about the negative review above other than I would bet there was pilot error involved. My Fujitsu T1010 has Windows XP Tablet Edition installed and has been absolutely dead stable. I bought mine from a person that sold it to me as is because he could not figure out how to use it. You can customize all of the tablet settings, which you really need to do to be able to take advantage of all the features of this computer.
Summary: I bought a 250GB harddrive, 4GB ram, model - total cost of about $2800 (brand new in 2009) I could go on forever about the reasons NOT to but this computer- but I really dont feel like writing all that much. First, I'll tell you that I ONLY bought this machine for engineering student requirements. I was going to get a sweet setup with a macbook pro- but my school said, "....no.
Summary: I bought a Fujitsu Lifebook T1010 laptop/ tablet pc and have had it for about a week now. I originally was going to get the Lifebook U810, but I already have a Mini PC; but I was still very attracted to the design and the specs of the Fujitsu Lifebook. I kept seeing the T1010 advertise, and after a few times, I decided to purchase one, and I am sure glad I did.