Core i5-2520, 6GB ram, 120GB OCZ 2 SSD $2400 AU including upgrades. With my dying, 4 yr old T4215 on its last legs, I decided it was time to get a new convertible tablet. I briefly owned a Panasonic CF-C1, but promptly returned due to the unusable quality of the screen as a tablet. I decided to go back to Fujitsu with the T901. Compared to my old T4215, it clearly is four generations ahead in terms of technology. The screen however, on the T901, does darken a little when you shift from the vertical plane. It's still perfectly readable, unlike the Panasonic C1 I had briefly, but I think the T4215 was able to hold it's brightness for longer. Also a noticable grain or speckle, but not as much as the T4215. Overall, a beautiful screen. In terms of build quality, I personally feel the T4215 felt more solid, more durable. Far less screen flex or give when you push against the back screen (T4215 had litte, Panasonic C1 hand abosolutely none). The plastic used in the T901 just feels cheap, atleast compared to the T4215 and C1. The C1 felt incredibaly well built, and it should for a toughbook. If it had a decent screen I'd be typing on it now. I actually wish the T901 had a handstrap. Then there's the issue of the near impossible to remove screws on the T901. Perhaps it's just the unit I got, but the screws almost wore out their groove in my attempts to unscrew them. Tiny bits of metal could be seen scraping off. The ram container was fine, but the hard drive and the hard drive bay were a nightmare. Still happy to put in the SDD. From cold boot to functional desktop in under 30 secs is amazing. Very snappy indeed. Anymore questions, fire away. I'll be happy to answer if I can.