Fujitsu B6210

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Fujitsu B6210

The Fujitsu B6210 isn't a convertible, but I wanted to be sure to put it where it wouldn't be overlooked.  For those who want the convenience of a Tablet PC but may not need a convertible, the B6210 is a clamshell model running Windows Vista Tablet PC Edition 2005. 

The B6210 uses a resistive screen which allows for both pen and touch input.  I'll post some photos soon as I write the complete review. For now, I'm just posting first impressions.

This unit isn't my favorite Tablet PC, but I can see it's possibilities.  I've become too accustomed to a pen and slate mode to easily learn to write on a screen that's upright.  It's awkward holding the stylus and writing without touching the screen with the heel of my hand. As you can see in the picture below, the stylus is much smaller than a standard Tablet PC pen. But for those who may want Tablet PC functionality and not need the handwriting capabilities all the time, it's certainly more than adequate.

Fujitsu's customers are many and varied.  The medical community uses this model very successfully.  I can see where it would be good for editing as well.  Forms that use a radio button or need diagrams would work well on this for repetitive tasks.

I'm looking forward to reviewing the 4210 convertible Tablet soon.  

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