Fujitsu launched an ultra mobile PC that fits inside a pocket or a bag. This handheld PC runs on Windows 7, weighs less than 500 grams, and includes multi-touch support.
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The LifeBook UH900 has a 5.6-inch WXGA screen that is able to display a full-width webpage, 62GB solid-state drive, and five touch buttons on the screen that allows a user to change the screen resolution, extend battery life, or launch media programs. Users can also program three buttons to their favourite applications.
The UH900 is powered with an Intel Atom Z530 processor, has a ThinkFree Mobile software for easy access and editing of presentation slides, word documents and spreadsheets, as well as a thumb-glide point and buttons that substitutes the use of an external mouse. It also offers multi-touch capability for two finger touch output and comes bundled with a stylus.
Also onboard are communication tools such as Bluetooth, web camera, stereo mic, and integrated 3.5G technology. It also comes with a Fujitsu DVD sharing application that allows wireless sharing of an external DVD from another PC.
Fujitsu Australia’s Country Director, Ivan Chan said, “Always in the forefront of delivering the latest technology coupled with stylish design and user-friendly features, Fujitsu has answered to the needs of today’s consumers for ultra-mobile computing gadgets that exude convenience and style with the new LifeBook UH900. Meticulously engineered and thoughtfully designed, the UH900 raises the bar in addressing the demanding needs of being constantly on the move.”
The Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 is available now for $2,099.