Fujitsu announces new Tablet PC with over 11 hours of battery life

Chris Scott Barr - Jun 26, 2007

Fujitsu announced today that they will be releasing a new 12.1-inch Santa Rosa Tablet PC later this year.

The Tablet PC will be powered by a 1.06GHz Intel Core 2 Duo U7500, an Intel GMA X3100 GPU and feature 1GB of DDR2 memory. For storage it will have a standard 30GB HDD, with the option to upgrade to an 80GB HDD or have the choice between a 16GB or 32GB SSD.

The unit will weigh 3.28 pounds and has an average battery life of 6.8 hours on the standard battery, and 10.2 hours with the larger one. You will have the choice between Windows Vista Business or Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. If you opt for the XP version you will get only 512MB of RAM, but your battery life will be extended to 7.5 and 11.3 hours depending on the battery you choose.

The new FMV-T8140 will curently only be available in the Japanese market and fetch around $2138 for the Vista model and $1976 for the Windows XP verion.

Fujitsu Unveils 12.1″ Tablet PC With SSD Option [via dailytech]

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