Fujitsu has announced the launch of their new convertible tablet system the Fujitsu TH40-D. Its been designed to provide the best of both worlds combining a tablet and laptop into one, for those of you that require a neatly combined full QWERTY keyboard.
The new Fujitsu TH40-D has just been unveiled in Japan and is equipped with a 10.1” multitouch 1024×600 resolution display and is powered by an Intel Oak Trail ATOM Z670 CPU (1.5GHz) supported by 1GB of RAM. The main feature of the Fujitsu TH40-D is it ability to transform from a tablet into a notebook computer with the use of its slide out keyboard.
The Fujitsu TH40-D is loaded with Windows 7, weighs just 1.1kg and still has a fairly slim profile of just 17.4mm, even with the addition of the full QWERTY keyboard. Its also fitted with a tiny trackpad positioned just to the right of the spacebar and has 120GB of onboard storage, 2 x USB 2.0 ports, 1 x HDMI-out, SD card slot, a battery life which will provide around 6 hours of juice and connectivity provided by 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0.
First shipments of the new should be arriving in Japan towards the end f June for around 80,000 Yen or around $986.Filed Under: Tablet News, Technology News