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Wednesday, 15 August 2007 12:35

Fujitsu releases palm-sized notebook

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I want one

 

Fujitsu has released its palm-sized LifeBook U810 mini convertible notebook.

The machine weighs 1.56 pounds and has a 5.6-inch WSVGA display with 1024x600 resolution and an ultra-slim QWERTY keyboard. 

In a press release, Fujutsu said that the notebook is the smallest device of the kind. It also can be converted to a tablet PC by twisting around the 5.6-inch screen and laying it back on the keyboard. 

It can run standard notebook applications using Windows Vista Home Premium, Business or Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005. 

The notebook can be docked into an external display and keyboard to deliver a true desktop experience. 

Built around the Intel 945GU with integrated graphics, the LifeBook U810 notebook is equipped with the energy efficient Ultra Low Power Intel A110 processor. It works at 800MHz and has 1GB of memory and 40GB of
storage capacity.

Batteries last 5.5 hours and it can be connected to wireless and wired networks. 

The machine will be in the shops in the middle of next month and will be sold for $999. 

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