New tablet PC shrinks down to size

Fujitsu's new model is 1 inch thick, weighs 3.5 pounds

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Fujitsu may be experimenting with Frankenstein prototypes , but it remains fully grounded in reality where ultra-portable notebooks are concerned. To wit: Fareastgizmos points out that Fujitsu has introduced a new tablet PC that's less than 1 inch thick and weighs 3.5 pounds, complete with Intel's Duo Core processor, 1GB of memory, 80GB hard drive and a choice of 10.4- or 12.1-inch screens. It doesn't fold away into your pocket, but with those dimensions you made not need it to--proving that contortionism isn't necessarily for everyone.

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