Fujitsu FMV-U8240 UMPC Review

Posted: Jun 2 2007, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:08am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
Fujitsu FMV-U8240 UMPC Review
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Fujitsu introduced the FMV-U8240 UMPC about two weeks ago. The Fujitus FMV-U8240 Series is the world's smallest tablet-convertible UMPC, weighing only 580g and with a thickness of only 26.5mm.

AkihabaraNews had the chance to spend 3 days with the FMV-U8240 and the published a review and HD video about this cool UMPC.

Their test unit ran Windows XP, which performed smooth on the Intel A110 CPU. Their verdict is that they would choose the FMV-U8240 over the Sony VAIO UX. The Fujitsu FMV-U8240 is based on new Intel Ultra Mobile Platform 2007.
Features of the FMV-U8240 include 5.6 inch screen with 1,024x600px resolution, QWERTY keyboard, 512MB/1GB RAM, Intel A110 800Mhz CPU, 20GB HDD and 8 hour battery life.
The Fujitsu FMV-U8240 ships this month from Dynamism for $2,099.

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