Fujitu’s latest 10 inch mini-laptop is a bit of a mold breaker. At first glance, the Fujitsu LifeBook T580 looks like a typical netbook, thanks to its 10.1 inch display and relatively small keyboard. But the computer has a few features that really make it stand out, including:

  • A multitouch (up to 4 fingers) resistive touchscreen display with a swivel so you can use the computer in tablet mode
  • Up to a Core i5 CPU
  • 3G and GPS options
  • Windows 7 Professional
  • Ambient Light sensor which can automatically adjust the screen brightness

The Fujitsu LifeBook T580 weighs about 3.1 pounds and Fujitsu promises up to 8 hours of battery life. Unfortunately there’s still no word on pricing, but I wouldn’t expect this little guy to come cheap. Not only does it have premium features, but Fujitsu generally doesn’t do cheap laptops.

via Engadget

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8 replies on “Fujitsu introduces Lifebook T580 convertible touchscreen mini-laptop”

  1. I personally prefer the 7-9″ form factor, but I admit my fingers are small enough for the P1630’s keyboard. The 3+ lb models are a bit too heavy for me, especially when running around my workplace all day.

  2. When I checked out this feature I thought Liliputing’s fans just have to check this out! https://hubpages.com/hub/rent-a-laptop-rentals . I can’t comprehend renting a portable PC at all! The price for renting a portable PC even for about ten days is going to charge you as much as going online and buying the portable computer!

  3. Looks nice. I kinda want this as a replacement for my p1620, but this is a size up from 8.9″. Not to mention it’s heavier.

    1. I too have the p1620, which is perfect in size and weight for me, both on the road and in the office. I was waiting for the p1640 and I was very dissapointed when the T580 replaced the p16## series, because is too big for my purposes.
      If the p1640 shall not be announced in the next 6 months, I shall have to go with the competition.

  4. This seems to be the moral equivalent of the “p1640”, a follow up to the p1630.

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