The LIFEBOOK T731 Tablet PC was designed for project-based users in the field who require the speed and ease of forms-based input and pen-driven navigation, as well as for students or mobile professionals who need a mobile computer that is as mobile as they are. With the optional dual digitizer, you can interact with your tablet PC by using your stylus or the lightest finger touch.
By taking advantage of the industry-first bi-directional swivel hinge, you can easily convert from a standard notebook to a tablet by rotating the display (in either direction) and folding it flush with the keyboard. Use the inking capabilities to take notes, annotate files, or capture a signature, then convert your handwritten notes into text. You can then use the antimicrobial keyboard in standard notebook mode to incorporate your notes into a typewritten document.
Pros: Fairly good driver support and compatibility
Cons: Model includes Atheros WLAN, NOT the Intel Centrino option. T731 is offered by Fujitsu in both configurations; the Newegg spec sheet here shows either the wrong option or I was shipped a 'mistake'. No big deal to me but others may want the Centrino features - you won't find them here.
Other Thoughts: I can't believe something in this class is available at this price point; I am sure this will look very clunky in a year or two's time, but right now it feels very cutting-edge and gives me everything I ever dreamed possible from a Tablet PC. Maybe not everything Apple's marketing dept has shoved down the industry's throats, but everything I personally wanted.
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“Fairly good driver support and compatibility— Darren 9/8/2012
Screen very responsive and works well for Windows 8
Lots of RAM, fast ...”