Fujitsu introduces UMPC tablet LifeBook U2010

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Trying to keep up with the changing times and the ever more complex netbook market, Fujitsu has announced the successor of their well received LifeBook U1010. The new LifeBook U2010 hopes to impress customers with new characteristics, while at the same time staying true to company’s 3-in-1 tablet/notebook/handheld tradition.


This lightweight portable computer will sport a 5.6-inch screen, Intel Centrino Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor, 8 hour battery, built-in 1.3 megapixel camera, Windows operating system, fingerprint sensor, your choice between a 60GB hard drive and 64GB SSD, and five color options that range from ocean black to pink gold.

One of the distinctive features Fujitsu really wants you to know about is the U2010’s ability to connect wirelessly to any FM radio. Quite a handy option, I just hope it does not bring the price up too much. The press release left out the available RAM and more important pricing and availability, but you can expect it to cost upwards $1,000.

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