Fujitsu updates super-compact Lifebook range with P8240 Tablet PC

Chris Davies - Jun 30, 2007

If you read our review of Fujitsu’s P1610 convertible tablet PCand decided you simply had to have one, think about possibly holding that credit card in check for a little while.  Fujitsu have just announced the Lifebook P8240, sharing the same design as the P1610 but with such updated goodies as Vista Business, a choice of 1.2GHz Intel Core Solo U1400 or Celeron M 443 processors and even higher battery life (up to 9.1hrs).


 Fujitsu Lifebook P8240 tablet pc

It still has the 8.9-inch touchscreen, running at 1280 x 768 with an Intel GMA 950 graphics processor, and that’s accompanied by 1GB of RAM out of the box, a choice of 80GB hard-drive or 32GB SSD, 802.11a/b/g wireless and the same fingerprint reader from the P1610.

 Fujitsu P8240

The P8240 weighs about 2.1lbs and should be priced at around $2,190 when it launches.

 Fujitsu P8240

Fujitsu Lifebook P8240

Fujitsu [via PCLaunches]

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