e-commerce in Bangladesh

Sunday, September 05, 2010

Fujitsu launches LifeBook T580 notebook with four-finger multitouch support

The Japan-based consumer electronics company, Fujitsu, has launched its new model named, LifeBook T580.

This new notebook comes with a 10.1-inch resistive touchscreen display. It is powered by Intel’s Core i5 processor which will provide high performance task at low power consumption to cover pretty long battery life.

The thin, light and adaptable LifeBook T580 incorporates the possibility of using the device in both ways as a standard notebook and a standard tablet PC. As a standard notebook it has display, keyboard and other features like a typical laptop. On the other hand, users can also use it as tablet PC by twisting the bi-directional rotable screen of the device.

The latest multiple touch technology has been implemented in this tablet PC which supports up to four fingers at the same time. Users also have possibility to use pen for handwriting, drawing sign and for very precise writing.

It weighs 3 pound and offers a number of business related security measures including the options of 3G and GPS. Its battery will provide up to eight hours of battery life. It will run on Windows 7 OS.

The Other features of this notebook are USB slot, webcam, SD card and SmartCard readers, and output for both VGA monitors and high-definition HDMI displays.

It is expected to hit the market in late November 2010. However, it is giving a special offer to the people of EMEA region to pre-order the device that will start on October 1st, 2010.

Related article:


No comments:

Post a Comment