Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T4310 multitouch tablet makes use of Microsoft's Touch Pack

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T4310 tablet has really cool features it has a multitouch screen which also works with a stylus, a 360-degree rotating hinge, a hot-swappable drive bay, and all the internal accouterments (SSD, 3G) etc. Its integrated Windows 7's new touch features, almost seems feasible to use the OS with a finger, and screen can also accept pen input (based on […]

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T4310 tablet has really cool features it has a multitouch screen which also works with a stylus, a 360-degree rotating hinge, a hot-swappable drive bay, and all the internal accouterments (SSD, 3G) etc. Its integrated Windows 7's new touch features, almost seems feasible to use the OS with a finger, and screen can also accept pen input (based on pressure-sensitive Wacom technology). The multitouch prowess is most evident using Microsoft's Surface-inspired Touch Pack applications, which come pre-installed, but it's also a nice way to get around in Internet Explorer.

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