Fujitsu LifeBook U810, the company’s first ultra-mobile PC for the US makret, is now available for purchase. The “World’s smallest tablet convertible” U810 is based on the Intel’s Ultra Mobile Platform 2007, and has a 5.6-inch touch-sensitive display, a QWERTY keyboard, a weight of just 1.56 pounds, and a claimed battery life of up to 5.5 hours with a standard 4-cell battery.
The LifeBook U810 is equipped with the Intel A110 Ultra Low Power processor at 800MHz and uses a 400MHz front side bus. This convertible laptop-like UMPC has 1GB of DDR2 system memory, and a 40GB 1.8-inch hard drive at 4200rpm. Its 5.6″ display with finger and pen input capability provides 1024-by-600 pixel resolution and is managed by the integrated graphics, which is a part of the U810’s Intel 945GU chipset.
The Fujitsu LifeBook U810 features the Atheros Super AG 802.11ABG wireless connection, an integrated Bluetooth module, and an Ethernet LAN. The device has a USB port, a VGA output, a CF Card slot, a Secure Digital Card reader, as well as a fingerprint reader and the Trusted Platform Module (TPM).
The U810 mini-notebook ships with Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business or Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, depending on configuration, and has a starting price of $999.