[CES 2010] Fujitsu’s LifeBook T900 tablet PC will target those who are always on the go and yet require something lightweight and powerful enough to handle their mobile computing tasks with aplomb. We aren’t talking about heavy duty gaming or graphics rendering, but more of having multiple Office applications open simultaneously while checking your email with music playing in the background. The T900 does all of these without a hitch, featuring a 13.3″ WXGA widescreen display that is mercury-free (hooray, environmentalists!). Running on Windows 7 Professional, you get an optional dual digitizer support, a smart-card slot and a modular bay. Powered by a choice of Intel Core i7 and i5 processors, we’re guessing that suits will only be able to afford this as the $1,889 price point is out of reach of most people’s sweet spot.
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