Fujitsu Lifebook UH900 Is Glorious, Overpriced

Posted: Jan 11 2010, 10:31am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:50pm CDT, in News | CES

/* Story Top Left 2010 300x250, created 7/15/10 */ google_ad_slot = "8340327155";

Buy This Now On Amazon

It's rare for a product that doesn't come from Apple to be both breathtakingly beautiful and hysterically overpriced. Apparently Fujitsu has been learning from the masters of the craft. The Fujitsu Lifebook UH900 (Akihabara News) was officially announced at CES 2010 this year. This was something we'd very much been looking forward to...until we saw the price Fujitsu expected people to pay for it; $999. So what does a good Fujitsu customer get for their thousand bucks? A hand-sized 1.1 pound mini-notebook with a 5.6" multi-touch screen, an Atom Z series CPU, a 62 GB SSD, Windows 7 home premium, GPS, Garmin Mobile navigation, Bluetooth, WiFi, stereo mic, ECO battery-life increasing button, and a lovely champagne finish. This thing is basically a Palm Pilot that took up smoking meth and abusing powerful steroids.Here's the big question; is the UH900 worth $1000? Probably. It has everything the best smartphones have, plus the kitchen sink and a few pounds of extra 'oomph'! We'll wait for some reviews to make an official judgement, of course. Even if the UH900 works like a charm and has a perfect UI, it'll still be too damned expensive for the vast majority of customers to buy. Here's praying for a carrier subsidy!

This story may contain affiliate links.


Find rare products online! Get the free Tracker App now.

Download the free Tracker app now to get in-stock alerts on Pomsies, Oculus Go, SNES Classic and more.

Latest News


The Author

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/5" rel="author">Robert Evans</a>
The excitement about new smartphones, tablets and anything mobile drive Robert to unearth the latest rumors and developments in this fast moving space. He adopted 4G as soon as it become available and knows where the mobile market is going.
Robert can be contacted directly at




comments powered by Disqus