I've been hanging out to buy a convertible tablet for ages, and was about to go with the M400 but in the last week or two the T4210 has become available in Australia. As I don't think i'll miss the extra resolution on such a small display I think i'll get the 4210, particularly as you can't configure the machines here and it comes with twice the RAM (faster RAM too) and is just a teency bit smaller and lighter with a longer battery life... edit: they also include the dvd-rw which Toshiba don't...i'm definately getting the Fujitsu now, particularly as everyone seems to have a good opinion of Fujitsus in general and their tech support, whereas Toshiba seems to spark highly variable opinions... Anyway, my question is this. The US website quotes the maximum resolutions for the tablet as: "Maximum internal display resolution: 1024x768, 16M colors; external monitor resolution: 1600x1200, 16M colors; simultaneous display resolution 1024 x 768" Personally I find this very odd, particularly as the Apple MacBook (which is known to have an underclocked GPU of the same type) is able to output a display at 1920*1200 with its own display running at 1280*800 simultaneously. Is it possible that Fujitsu have listed the max res for a mirrored display (i.e. with the displays showing the same picture) in which case this would make sense? Or perhaps assigned some arbitrary limit in software which you could change easily enough? Perhaps one of the few people who actually have the machine could have a go with this and let me know what they can find out?