Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 Tablet PC Centrino 2 vPro - Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 2.40 GHz - 13.30
- Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 Tablet PC
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Top Customer Reviews
The motion/shock sensor has saved my data on more than a couple of occasions when I fell asleep holding the computer in my lap and had it tumble to the floor.
The screen is bright and easy to read in all kinds of lighting conditions including outdoors (I have another laptop that claims you can read the screen outdoors but with the Fujitsu YOU CAN).
I have never had any problems what so ever with the pen and pen callibration took less than five minutes and I have NEVER had to re-set or re-callibrate the pen.
Tha battery charges quickly and lasts on average over three and a half hours per charge if I am not watching movies or using the dvd drive much which cuts into battery time.
I routinely use this with a 31" external monitor with no problems what so ever. The graphics card is not really a gaming card so don't expect blazing fast frame rates but it is faster than my Asus VX-2.
In tablet mode you can have it in portrait or landscape and you can set it so that it either follows how you a re holding it or maintains the setting you have chosen.
I have Windows XP Tablet Edition as the operating system on one my t5010's and Windows 7 on the other. No problems with either oS.
It is a fast powerfull computer and after a year I still have not found anything I did not like about the computer.
You can find these laptop/tablets anywhere from $450 (refurbished) up to about $1149 on line.
Functionally, everything works incredibly well - even the fingerprint scanner. My own brother's fingerprint can't fool it! Since I got it, I have installed a new harddrive, installed Windows 7 64 bit, and upgraded the RAM to 8GB. It runs great!!! The screen is a great size and decent brightness-not something you will want to work directly under the sun with though. I really love Fujitsu's incorporated tablet functions (screen rotations, dual axis scroller for when you are using the tablet in portrait mode, etc). And, if you are running Windows XP, I recommend that you download Microsoft's tablet essentials pack and you will find even more awesome features you can take advantage of within the tablet environment. (of course, upgrading to Windows 7 is probably a better idea, and it has a lot of native functions/support for tablet machines)
The best part about this machine is it's hybrid nature, I use this laptop as a normal laptop about 90% of the time, but, whenever I find myself at work or school in need of jotting something down, or making some notes and edits on a typed document, I can just whip out the pen and use MS Word's inking function and circle, highlight, scratch out, or take LEGIBLE notes on text documents, screen shots, images. And whenever I find myself electronically signing a document, I can actually sign the document - of course not necessary, but pretty nifty. And it's modular!Read more ›
-Real solid build quality. Far better than the Toshiba I owned.
-Keyboard has a great, tactile feel for typing.
-Very solid screen hinge (solid metal) with full 360 rotation. Far better than any of the competition.
-Stylus with two buttons instead of just one.
-Five tablet buttons with a modifier key allows for 10 customizable shortcut keys
-13.3" Wacom Penabled screen allows for pressure sensitive capabilities in Photoshop and other aware apps.
-Not a 'dual touch' screen. For those interested in drawing, this is an advantage since dual touch screens (use a stylus or finger) can conflict when using the stylus. If your palm touches the screen it competes with the pen.
-Screen brightness that allows for true outdoor use. Other tablet PCs I've used didn't get near as bright.
-Can add a modular battery to double battery life.
-Bluetooth capable to add wireless devices such as a mini keyboard to use when in tablet mode.
-Three USB slots, 1 Firewire slot, PCMCIA slot, Optical drive CD-RW/DVD-R
-Fingerprint security sensor.
-Compatible with Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7. If you're an XP diehard, there probably isn't a faster tablet PC available to run that OS. The Fujitsu-refurbished model I bought on 'fee-bay' included restore disks for XP and Vista.
-64bit or 32bit capable (for Vista or 7). Unfortunately, Microsoft never made a 64bit XP Tablet PC edition.
-Fujitsu tablet PC software additions are a big help, such as a customize-able shortcut panel.
-Fairly light. Not as light as a slate type tablet, but I was pleasantly surprised that it was in no way heavy.
-Gets a little hotter than I would like, but runs much cooler than my Toshiba did.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this PC, I can do all my artwork on it that I used to do on my other computer with a small Wacom Drawing Tablet and a pen but this is right on the touchscreen and love it.Published 9 months ago by James Defrancesco
This computer is excellent. I am currently using it for crime scene sketching, and it excels quite well in this area. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Carl Hayes
It's perfect for digital art if you don't expect to do a massive project. I have installed Sketchbook Pro and Mischief, both work fine and have no trouble loading images. Read morePublished 14 months ago by SorryNoCommentHere
This computer arrived on time, but it was not as pictured. There was no CD/DVD drive. The computer was not dual touch, it was only touch by the pen that came with it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Gail
I purchased this new from my university in 2008. It initially came with the option of running Vista or XP. Neither ran well on this unit. Read morePublished 21 months ago by John Winebarger
It has all the functionality a person would need if they are looking for a computer for school or work.Published 23 months ago by david gonzalez
this is a very old model,built for left hand user,
dealer duped me as he did not have the item i hadf ordered and then try to give me a deal on this one . Read more
I have T5010 and T4220. Screen size of T5010 is 13'3, but honestly, because it is widescreen, it is actually not much larger than 12'1 standard screen. Read morePublished on May 13, 2013 by Little John S
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