With Acer's TravelMate C210 already doing its Merom thing, one can't expect Fujitsu to take things lying down, right? The Stylistic ST5112 tablet is doing its best to measure up by sporting an Intel 1.2GHz Core 2 Duo U2500 processor, 12.1-inch XGA display, 512MB of RAM, 60GB 5400RPM hard drive, integrated Intel GMA 950 graphics set, built-in fingerprint scanner, gigabit Ethernet, and a 56k modem. The ultra-smooth slate comes in at 2.1-centimeters thick thin, and manages to pack 802.11a/b/g connectivity, PCMCIA, a flash card reader, VGA / audio outputs, 4-pin FireWire, and a pair of USB 2.0 ports into a very handleable 3.5-pound package. Even if that obstreperous youngster mistakes the pricey LCD for a shiny new doodle pad, Fujitsu's impressive three-year warranty should have you covered, but considering the €2,229 ($2,795) up front costs, we'd say that's to be expected.

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