Fujitsu has announced a new addition to its Lifebook T Tablet PC range, the Lifebook T730. A significant step forward for this class of notebook from Fujitsu is the inclusion, as an optional extra, of GPS.
This comes in addition to the optional 3G (capable of download speeds to 7.2Mbps), and the ever present Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Between them these connectivity options should help make the Fujitsu Lifebook T730 a desirable notebook for the ever-travelling professional who needs to be connected wherever they are.
The Fujitsu Lifebook T730 sports a 12.1-inch display with multitouch support and bi-directional rotation. It has a starting weight of 1.8Kg.
There is a modular bay for the likes of a DVD drive, second battery, Blu-ray disk or second hard drive. The main storage comes via SSD. Processor options run right up to Intel’s Core i7.
Fujitsu says the Lifebook T730 can deliver all-day battery life from its primary battery. This longevity is assisted by energy saving features like an ambient light sensor which helps with automatically adjusted screen brightness.
Security options include biometric fingerprint login, secure data encryption via optional TPM, SmartCard support and an optional subscription based ATP (Advanced Theft Protection) allowing lost or stolen notebooks to be remotely locked, have their data erased, and their location identified for swift recovery.
The Fujitsu Lifebook T730 is available now, with prices starting at £1,078 ex VAT. We will have a review soon.