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£230 Fujitsu Stylistic 5021D Centrino 1.1Ghz 1Gb RAM 60GB COMBO WiFi XP Tablet

Think flat. Think thin. Think about a PC roughly the size and shape of a thick magazine. Think about scribbling notes on it, editing documents on it, sending emails or wirelessly shared files on it all with the stroke of a pen.

It's an interesting thought, isn't it? A PC you can tuck under your arm, slip discreetly onto a conference table, or hold like a clipboard as you walk through a warehouse, a field or a corporate corridor.

Improving on the award-winning Tablet PC, the Fujitsu Stylistic ST5012D Tablet PC offers technology advancements to keep pace with the versatility of today's mobile professionals.

With its added security features such as an integrated fingerprint sensor, dedicated SmartCard reader slot, embedded Trusted Platform Module, security application panel, and a Kensington lock slot; your data and assets are more secure.

In addition, new features such as a display with up to 180 degree viewing angles and a built-in dual mic array with noise cancellation software empowers you to work wherever your work takes you.

This tablet has the following features : Intel Pentium M Processor Ultra Low Voltage 733 (1.10 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache, 400 MHz FSB), Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, 10.4" XGA LCD indoor/outdoor viewable display; optimized for "true" outdoor viewing, Electromagnetic (active) digitizer, Intel 855GME, 1Gb installed, 60GB HDD< Integrated Intel Direct AGP graphics with up to 64 MB Dynamic Video Memory Technology. It also comes with free delivery.

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