FUJITSU HAS SHOWN OFF its first convertible ultrabook with twist display, the Lifebook T904, promising a thin aluminium design that can transform from a standard laptop clamshell to a tablet mode via a swivel hinge.
Aimed at business users wanting the best of both a tablet and laptop, the Fujitsu Lifebook T904 was launched in the UK earlier this month and boasts a 13.3in 2560x1440 resolution touchscreen display. It is powered by Intel's latest Haswell chips up to Core i7, and comes with a dual digitizer stylus that slots into the chassis.
Given the theme name of "Miss Dynamic" under a "meet the touchables" tagline to make it easier for people to differentiate between the range of tablet hybrids and laptops Fujitsu has launched alongside the device, the Fujitsu Lifebook T904 is marketed at those wanting to "maximise their productivity" in a variety of working environments.
It also has the shipping options of a backlit keyboard, 4G support and a removable protective skin.
The Fujitsu Lifebook T904 is available now from around £1500 depending on configuration. µ
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