Fujitsu quietly rolls out Core i3-powered Lifebook TH700 convertible tablet

Summary:Without any big announcement, Fujitsu has added the Lifebook TH700 convertible tablet to its portable computer line-up. The company could have made a bigger deal out of this considering it is a fairly solid machine.

Without any big announcement, Fujitsu has added the Lifebook TH700 convertible tablet to its portable computer line-up. The company could have made a bigger deal out of this considering it is a fairly solid machine.

Powered by an Intel Core i3-350M 2.26GHz processor, the Lifebook TH700 sports a 12.1-inch WXGA LED-backlit display positioned on a bi-directional hinge for swiveling the screen.

The rest of the specs on the Lifebook TH700 read like a solid list for a standard small laptop, and perhaps even more so for a convertible tablet. Take a look:

  • Windows 7 Home Premium OS
  • 4GB of DDR3 memory
  • Intel HD graphics
  • 320GB hard drive
  • DVD burner
  • 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth v2.1
  • Ethernet
  • HDMI
  • Fingerprint and ambient light sensors
  • Spill-resistant keyboard
  • Built-in webcam

Battery life might be an average or even weak spot for some, as the six-cell battery is only promised to last up to five hours at a time.

The Lifebook TH700 is available at Fujitsu's online store now for a not-too-steep price of $1,149.

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Topics: Hardware, Laptops, Tablets

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