( Mobile ) - The world of computers is a numbers game. Some numbers you want to get as big as possible, like storage capacity. Other numbers you want to shrink down, like weight, to achieve the ultimate in portability. Fujitsu has seemingly done a great job addressing both with the LifeBook T, a Tablet PC that is said to be the lightest on the face of the Earth.
The actual model number is FMV-T8140, but calling it the LifeBook T just sounds so much better. In any case, this Tablet PC comes equipped with a 12.1-inch touchscreen, a Core 2 Duo U7500 (1.06GHz) processor, GM965 graphics, 1GB RAM standard (up to 4GB available), 802.11a/b/g WiFi, and your choice of Windows XP or Vista. In terms of storage, you have the option of picking up a conventional hard drive (30/40/80GB) or a solid state drive (16/32GB).
Weighing in at 1.49kg and measuring just 33mm thick, the Fujitsu FMV-T8140 Tablet PC boasts an incredible battery life of 11.3 hours! No word on price, but look for it to launch late next month in Japan.