Fujitsu launched this month its 13.3-inch Lifebook T902, the replacement for its Lifebook T901, that touts the same convertible, half-tablet, half-notebook form factor. Rather than come with a detachable keyboard like most convertibles, users of the new T902 (and the older T901, for that matter) rotate the screen 180 degrees and then close the clamshell to use in tablet mode.
It also runs on Intel's latest Ivy Bridge processors, gets up to an 11-hour battery life, and is thinner and lighter than the T901, weighing in at 4.1 pounds. The Lifebook T902 ships with 16 GB of RAM and Windows 7, but is upgradable to Windows 8. Fujitsu said general availability will be in the third quarter, with prices starting at $1,899.