Fujitsu Siemens LIFEBOOK T1010:expensive alternative Classmate PC

 
August 28, 2008, 4:08 pm

fujitsu siemens lifebook t1010:expensive alternative classmate pc 
fujitsu siemens lifebook t1010:expensive alternative classmate pc   The company Fujitsu Siemens Computers recently submitted a new full-Tablet laptop for novice users. Along with the model LIFEBOOK T1010 there is also a special version for educational institutions LIFEBOOK T1010 EDU. In these models a number of features to simplify the learning process.
Touch 13, 3 - inch screen provides additional convenience for those who prefer to use manual input. The function of automatic recognition of handwriting and handwriting input option - additional benefits for schools. Complex mathematical formulas written by hand, notes, manuscripts, drafts PowerPoint, the comments in PDF files or drawings can be digitized and organize easy access to them.
Fujitsu Siemens included in the delivery LIFEBOOK T1010 EDU number of additional programs, for example, PO xThink Calculator (full version) and MathJournal (30 - day trial version) provide a new method of consultation with the world of numbers, and MagicDesktop (full version ) Is an original educational software for children, allowing students to learn in the game.
Features LIFEBOOK T1010:
  • processor Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 or Intel Celeron M M585;
  • 1 GB or 2 GB of RAM DDR3;
  • Graphics Mobile Intel GMA 4500M HD;
  • drive capacity of 320 GB, 160 GB or 120 GB;
  • Bluetooth, Wi-Fi;
  • weight -- 2, 3 kg;
  • Dimensions - 319x244x37-39 mm.
LIFEBOOK T1010 laptop for sale in September at a price of 45000 rubles.

 

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