CNet writes: "Combining a screen that's roomy enough to avoid eye strain and a weight that's still reasonable enough to carry to the coffee shop or on the occasional business trip, 13.3 inches may be the most perfect size for a laptop. How much better, then, that Fujitsu has issued the LifeBook T1010, a tablet whose 13.3-inch display rotates and folds down over the keyboard to let you take handwritten notes? Viewed as a laptop, the LifeBook T1010 seems fairly average, with a typical assortment of features and the entry level of Intel's latest Centrino 2 components. Viewed as a tablet, however, the LifeBook T1010 seems more compelling: it's priced lower than many 12.1-inch tablets, yet provides a little extra screen real estate. We think it's a good choice for students and executives who prefer to take handwritten notes in lectures and meetings."
+Attractive case design
+13.3-inch screen provides plenty of real estate while still being portable
+New Centrino 2 components
-Bulkier than other 13.3-inch laptops
-Small touch pad