Fujitsu has been showing off its first convertible ultrabook with a twist display, the Lifebook T904, that can cost up to £1,500.
The thin aluminium design allows the device to transform from a standard laptop to a tablet mode via a swivel hinge.
Aimed at business users wanting the best of a tablet and laptop, the Fujitsu Lifebook T904 was launched in the UK earlier this month and boasts a 13.3in 2560x1440 resolution touchscreen display.
It is powered by Intel's latest Haswell chips up to Core i7, and comes with a dual digitizer stylus that slots into the chassis. It also has the shipping options of a backlit keyboard, 4G support and a removable protective skin.
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