Remember the Fujitsu LifeBook we heard about last week? Well it's just made it through FCC testing (SlashGear). For those of you with sieves in your hippocampus, the LifeBook is a clamshell mini-notebook with an Atom Z530 processor, 5.6" multitouch screen, full QWERTY keyboard, 64 GB SSD, and a weight of only 500 grams. The FCC filing states that there will be two versions of the LifeBook, the UH900 and U900. The "H" stands for Home, and the UH900 will be meant for consumer use. The U900 will be the enterprise edition of the LifeBook. The two products are stated to be identical, which means the only differences should be in software.Our first look at the LifeBook stated it had integrated 3.5G, but there's no sign of that in this report. I can't imagine Fujitsu would launch a product like this without 3G. This thing begs for a carrier subsidy. Think of all the nerds just waiting to hack Android onto their LifeBook and turn it into a data-driven super-smartphone. You can't let them down, Fujitsu!
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