Fujitsu have outed two new Tablet PCs, the T4410 and T4310, and their most significant boast is that each uses a 12-inch Wacom multitouch-capable display. As well as the gesture-friendly screens there's an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, HDMI and FireWire 400.
Video demo after the cut
The display can be used with two fingers initially - recognition of more will get added with later software updates, Fujitsu say - as well as with a pen that allows for fifteen levels of pressure sensitivity. Each has an optical drive that can be switched out for a secondary battery or hard-drive, while wireless connectivity includes WiFi draft-n, Bluetooth and optional UMTS.
There are also three USB 2.0 ports, an ExpressCard slot and various capacities of 2.5-inch hard-drive to choose from including SSDs. Battery life is tipped as up to around 6 hours, with 9 hours possible if the secondary pack is added. No word on pricing, but both tablets should drop in Q4 2009 with Windows 7. NewGadgets.de shot the following video of the tablets in action: