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Photos: Fujitsu's LifeBook tablet

The LifeBook T4210, a Fujitsu T4000-series tablet PC, is required gear for engineering students at Virginia Tech.
By Bill Detwiler, Contributor on
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LifeBook swivel

The Fujitsu LifeBook T4000, a convertible tablet PC, is now required gear for all engineering students and professors at Virgina Polytechnic Institute. The model shown here is the T4210. Software on the PCs will include Microsoft Office OneNote, SketchUp and Classroom Presenter.

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LifeBook tablet

The Fujitsu LifeBook tablet PC (model T4210 is shown here) features a swivel screen that folds back, allowing the tablet to be written on with a stylus.

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