The tablet space may be currently exploding thanks to the popularity of [[artnid: 342882|Apple's iPad|Review: Apple iPad]], [[artnid:357414|Dell's Streak|Review: Dell Streak]], the [[artnid:365624|Telstra T-Touch Tab Android Tablet|Review: Telstra T-Touch Tab Android Tablet]] and [[artnid:359358|Samsung's Galaxy Tab|Meet the Samsung Galaxy Tab]], but tablet-convertible notebooks have been around for many years and are a good tool for graphic designers and other professionals.
In this round-up we've included a selection of the tablet-convertible notebook PCs that we've reviewed since mid-2008. The most prominent manufacturer of tablet PCs is Fujitsu, but Lenovo, Dell, HP and Panasonic (with its Toughbook notebook PC) also play in this space.
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For the travelling business professional, theT2010's 3.5G and tablet features, spill-resistant keyboard and overall build quality are strengths. It performs everyday applications and handwriting well, but it's has a few quirks.
- Review Date:
- 14th April, 2008
- Elias Plastiras
- Fujitsu Australia