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Seemingly confident in the future of Tablet PCs, Fujitsu released two new Tablet PC models today; the Lifebook T4020 and the Stylistic ST5032. The Lifebook is a convertible tablet, whereas the Stylistic is a slate-style tablet. Both will feature a 12.1" XGA display with 160 degree viewing angle, optional Bluetooth, fingerprint sensor, and a choice of either Atheros Super AG or Intel PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Wi-Fi connectivity. The Lifebook T4020 will have either Intel Pentium M 740 or 760 processors, whereas the Stylistic ST5032 will feature an Intel Pentium M 753 processor. The Stylistic model has a few extra features like a shock-mounted hard drive and a dedicated Smart Card slot.

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Retail price for the Lifebook T4020 starts at $1,599, while the Stylistic ST5032 is selling for $2,499. Both are available now via Fujitsu's website.

Product Page: Lifebook T4020 [Fujitsu]
Product Page: Stylistic ST5032 [Fujitsu]
Press Release [Fujitsu]
Fujitsu unveils LifeBook T4020 and Stylistic ST5032 tablets [InfoSync World]