Fujitsu LifeBook T901 now on sale
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The Fujitsu T901 tablet PC is now available in the U.S. through the official Fujitsu online store.
The 13.3-inch convertible laptop features a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-2520M processor, Integrated Intel HD 3000 graphics, 2GB RAM, 250GB HDD, Super-Multi DVD drive, Windows 7 Pro, USB 3.0, and an HDMI port. Fortunately, the CPU is upgradeable to a Core i7-2620M while the HDD can be swapped with a SSD of up to 256GB. Engadget incorrectly lists the screen resolution as 1280x768, as the correct resolution is 1280x800 pixels with a contrast ratio of 500:1. Otherwise, the tablet PC will come standard with an active digitizer, which can be upgraded to include multi-touch screen support for an additional $100.
The battery life of the T901 is expected to last for up to 5 hours with its 6-cell module, but a secondary 6-cell battery can be attached through the modular bay on the right side of the tablet PC for additional hours if needed. The secondary battery option is available for $134. Overall, the actual total weight of the hardware starts at 2.15kg (4.74 lbs).
The Fujitsu T901 can be found here starting at $1899 and with a standard 1-year warranty.