Fujitsu Tablet PC Designed For Outdoor Use

The new screen is ideal for field workers who need a reliable mobile computing solution as they inspect job sites, conduct surveys or visit clients.

Offered as an alternative to the indoor-only 12-inch TFT display, the 10.4-inch indoor/outdoor display is one of the best on the market today for outdoor viewability. By employing special reflectivefront-light technology, text and graphics can be clearly seen in a wide variety of light environments. Under direct sunlight, the display gets even brighter rather than becoming washed out. In lowlight conditions, the display’s front light can be adjusted to enhance viewability.

This adaptive feature gives users the freedom to carry their Fujitsu Tablet PC wherever they need to go. Together with a high capacity battery and Wi-Fi capabilities, users can be more productivethroughout their day, whether they are on campus or in the field.

The Fujitsu Stylistic ST5000 Tablet PC is powered by an Ultra Low Voltage Intel Pentium M Processor operating at 1.0 GHz. Designed specifically for mobile applications, the Intel Pentium M Processorhelps the system deliver superior performance and extended battery life. This longevity is enhanced by a bigger standard battery (4,400 mAh), providing users up to five hours of computing time. Ahigh-capacity battery (6,600 mAh) which can last up to eight hours is also available.

“With multiple screen options and two distinct form factors, Fujitsu accommodates the needs of all types of mobile professionals,” said Paul Moore, director of product marketing for mobile computingat Fujitsu Computer Systems. “The variety of solutions offered by Fujitsu demonstrates our commitment and expertise in the tablet computing arena.”

Fujitsu offers the slate Stylistic ST Series Tablet PC and the convertible LifeBook T3000 Tablet PC, as well as two touch screen notebooks, the LifeBook B Series notebook and LifeBook P1000notebook.

Stylistic ST5010 Tablet PC Specifications
Processor: Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel Pentium M Processor operating at 1 GHz  
Display: Indoor-Only 12″ XGA TFT or Indoor/Outdoor 10.4″ XGA TFT Reflective FL
Memory: 256 MB SDRAM (standard) / 2 GB SDRAM (maximum); DDR 333 MHz memory
Hard Drive: 60 GB or 40 GB shock mounted hard drive
Communications: Modem and 10/100/1000 Base-T/TX Ethernet LAN
Wireless: Optional integrated Intel PRO/Wireless 2100 (Wi-Fi Certified 802.11b) or 802.11a+b/g (available on ST5010D model)
Card Slots: One Type I or Type II PC card slot; one dedicated Smart Card slot; shared Memory Stick / Secure Digital media slot
Battery: 6-cell Lithium ion battery (4,400 mAh); optional 9-cell Lithium ion battery (6,600 mAh)
Ports: Two USB 2.0, Infrared port (IrDA 1.1-compatible, 4Mbps), Modem (RJ-11), Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45), IEEE 1394, external monitor and docking connector
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
Bundled Application: Microsoft Office OneNote 2003
Dimensions/Weight: 8.66″ (W) x 12.77″ (H) x 0.82 – 0.88″ (D) / 3.4 lbs

The Stylistic ST5000 Tablet PC is currently shipping and sold through the Fujitsu direct sales force, Web site and channel partners. Pricing for the Stylistic ST5000 Tablet PC starts at $2,049 (US). Models with the indoor/outdoor display start at $2,249. Users can choose from several recommended configurations or they can customize the Tablet PC using the Fujitsu Configure To Order (CTO) program.

Service and Support
The Fujitsu Stylistic ST5000 Tablet PC is backed by a one-year or three-year International Limited Warranty for U.S. and Canadian customers. The International Limited Warranty includes technical support, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In addition, users can add Fujitsu Premium Care Service Plans, which include an on-site service or a screen protection plan.

Visit Fujitsu for more information.

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