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Details surface on Fujitsu's Core 2 Duo-powered LifeBook T4215

Darren Murph

We're all about giving ya options, and we're certainly down with speedy upgrades, and Fujitsu is making sure both areas of greatness are covered in its newly-unveiled LifeBook. The T4215 takes over where the mediocre T4210 left off, but offers up a plethora of new hardware choices, and even promises a respectable battery life. The convertible will sport a trio of 12.1-inch LCD options, including XGA for indoor and / or outdoor use and SXGA+ for indoors, Intel's T5500/T5600/T7200/T7400 Core 2 Duo processors, "up to 120GB" hard drive, up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM, gigabit Ethernet, 802.11a/b/g, and the obligatory inclusion of Windows XP Tablet PC Edition. The device is slated to look like a long-lost twin of the prior model, but manages to trim 0.2 pounds from its arguably bulky frame; moreover, the 6-cell Li-ion cell promises "up to six hours" of life, but we'd be happy with just under four. While we aren't sure if this newest addition to the T-Series lineup will be available before the holiday rush, you can expect it to run you $1,799 (and way, way up) whenever it drops.

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