Summary: The T2010 is a solid Tablet PC, with a great bi-directional hinge and beautiful display. I really like Fujitsu’s screens, the colors are always bright and vivid. The lid can be scratched easily, so be careful with that, but it does hide dirt very well.
Summary: I’d also like mention that no notebook is perfect, and one can only consider a notebook that suites their need, that’s why I recommend this tablet to students, businessmen, and any other road warriors who have the cash to buy the tablet.
Conclusion: As mentioned above, the main under-the-hood attraction is Intel's energy-saving Core 2 Duo U7500, a 1.06GHz dual-core CPU with 533MHz bus and 2MB of shared Level 2 cache. Some T2010 models step up to the trivially faster 1.2GHz model U7600.
Summary: The T2010 impressed me very much. I mean the display alone is reason enough for buying this tablet. Fujitsu notebooks usually have nice screens, and the T2010’s was no different. The display was superb with its bold and crisp colors.
Excerpt: You’ve heard that good things come in pairs. Fujitsu seems to have gotten this memo too. In the space of one month it has released two new Lifebooks. One is the U810, a cocky little ultramobile PC we took a shine to when we first saw it. The other?
Pros: Practical yet pretty panel – one of the best and brightest displays we’ve seen on a tablet PC. Decent specs in small package. Wacom-pen ready. Fantastic high-gloss LED-backlit touchscreen. Dark, minimalist beauty. Long-life battery.
Cons: No camera. No cellular modem. No optical drive. No touchpad. Many ducats required for purchasing a model with capable specs. Loud, annoying fan.
Summary: For the travelling business professional, theT2010's 3.5G and tablet features, spill-resistant keyboard and overall build quality are strengths. It performs everyday applications and handwriting well, but it's has a few quirks.
Pros: Excellent handwriting recognition, active digitiser tablet, fast networking and 3.5G capabilities are built in, good battery life, bi-directional hinge
Cons: Screen orientation wasn't saved and had to be reset each time in tablet mode, Omnipass consumes half the CPU while it's running, QuickPoint pointing device is uncomfortable to use, no optical drive
Summary: The A4 size is comfortable to use and the notebook mode is great for doing those tasks that need more than a pen can offer. It's not a powerful machine, but its battery life will keep you going for a while.
Pros: Battery life, size, easy access controls in tablet mode
Excerpt: Fujitsu’s lightweight and durable T-2010 laptop is powered by Intel’s ultra low voltage Core 2 Duo processor and it comes with 12.1-inch widescreen display powered by integrated Intel graphics and features a media playback panel that allows users to conveniently play, pause, stop and skip through...
Conclusion: Т2010 – серьезный планшетный компьютер с отличным двунаправленным шарнирным соединением и прекрасным дисплеем. Отдельного внимания заслуживают экраны компании «Фуджитсу» (Fujitsu), цвета у них всегда яркие и живые.