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Evolve and revolve with Fujitsu LifeBook T3010

Fujitsu PC Australia

Sydney, September 08, 2003

The LifeBook T3010 offers executives a convertible notebook that has the capacity to handle memory-intensive applications in real-time, while on the move.

Using the latest Intel® Centrino TM Mobile Technology, the LifeBook T3010 offers unrivalled computing performance and seamless wireless connectivity without compromising on battery life. For optimal wireless performance, the T3010 also comes with a built-in dual antenna.

Not only is the LifeBook T3010 powerful, it has an elegant, sophisticated design that is both practical and versatile. It easily transforms from a notepad to a notebook with a swivel-hinged, 12.1" XGA transmissive, wide-angle display screen that turns every presentation into a performance.

Fujitsu takes security very seriously. The LifeBook T3010 leads the way in protecting your notebook investment with three layers of security. These include a BIOS lock, hard disk lock and anti-theft lock to safeguard your data and hardware.

Mr Adrian Mead, Marketing Manager, Fujitsu PC Australia says that modern executives look for a notebook that offers versatility as well as power. "Having a notebook with a full-sized keyboard that doubles as a notepad gives busy executives the best of both worlds."

"The LifeBook T3010 has a built-in active digitiser that offers smooth and easy stylus input. It is also intelligent enough to convert your handwriting to text format. With the additional benefit of hovering, the pen and cursor will be fully synchronized - greatly enhancing the user's experience," Mr Mead says.

  1. Intel® Pentium® M processor 1.4GHz with Enhanced SpeedStep® Technology
  2. Intel® 855GM chipset
  3. 256MB SDRAM, max. 2GB (DDR266)
  4. 40GB (Ultra DMA/100 and S.M.A.R.T. Support)
  5. 12.1" XGA TFT colour (Max. 1024 x 768 pixels) transmissive LCD
  6. Active digitiser
  7. (1)V9.2 Modem (1) (1) (1) & 10/100Mbps LAN
  8. Intel® PRO/Wireless 2100 network connection - 802.11b with Dual Antenna
  9. External I/O Interface: VGA x 1, USB 2.0 x 2, RJ11 x 1, RJ45 x 1, audio (headphone-out, microphone-in), port replicator interface, AC adapter power input
  10. 82-key w/ 19mm key pitch, 3mm key stroke
  11. Approx. 4.4 hours, Lithium-ion battery life
  12. Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
  13. Norman Virus Control
  14. Norman Personal FireWall
  15. Approx. 1.9kg
This article features in the September 2003 issue of interaction, Fujitsu's electronic customer magazine. Also in this issue: From the CEO - Technology is only half of the knowledge management story The performance mandate: how to measure the success of change No quick fix for real antivirus protection Fujitsu expands VoIP options for Coral FlexiCom customers Customers benefit through improved service as Fujitsu becomes Microsoft Gold Certified Partner Why not have interaction emailed to you every month? Subscribe

  • [1] Evolve and revolve with Fujitsu LifeBook T3010

    Dependent on local service provider.

  • [2] Evolve and revolve with Fujitsu LifeBook T3010

    Results obtained from Ziff Davis (BusinessWinstone 2001) Battery Mark V1.0. Actual battery life will vary based on screen brightness, applications, features, power management settings, battery conditioning, and other customer preferences. DVD or hard drive usage may also have a significant impact on battery life.

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Date: 08 September, 2003
City: Sydney