Fujitsu unveiled a new powerful mini notebook with the LifeBook U820. The 1.32 pound LifeBook U820 convertible mini notebook is the first mini notebook combining full-featured Windows PC functionality with integrated Garmin Mobile PC navigation software.
Powered by the Intel Atom CPU, the LifeBook U820 mini notebook offers integrated turn-by-turn, voice-prompted navigation from Garmin making it an ideal tool for on-the-go consumers and mobile professionals.
The LifeBook U820 netbook offers a 5.6-inch Crystal View wide XGA touch screen and an improved QWERTY keyboard that features an extra set of rows for more comfortable typing and a zoom utility for easier viewing. Other features of the convertible touch-screen mini notebook include fingerprint sensor and BIOS lock, up to 7.5 hours of battery life with four-cell battery or 3.5 hours with new 2-cell battery option, Hard disk drive up to 120GB or solid state drive up to 64GB and 1.3MP webcam. See tons of U820 photos in the Article Gallery.
The LifeBook U820 marks a nice improvement over the LifeBook U810 and starts at $1,049. The U820 is supposed to be shipping now.
Via the Fujitsu site.
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