Review: Fujitsu LifeBook P1510 (www.hardwarezone.com)

Fujitsu P1510D
Yet another review of the Fujitsu LifeBook P1510/P1510D – this time from www.hardwarezone.com. The P1510 is one of the smallest “convertible” ultraportables, with an 8.9-inch widescreen display, and is powered by Intel’s Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium M CPUs. They gave it a positive review, saying Its diminutive size, light weight and touch-sensitive display are features that many would love in a Tablet PC and the design is something to be lusted after.

They mention the P1510 as replacing a Tablet PC, Notebook, and PDA, saying the beautiful ultra-portable LifeBook P1510 may just take the cake as the ultimate Tablet PC that isn’t a Tablet PC. Two weaknesses are mentioned, performance and battery life, but Fujitsu would probably argue that those are due more to the size than anything else – it would be hard to increase battery capacity or change CPUs without going up in size and weight.


ULN Note: We have heard from multiple sources that the P1510/D is shipping with Windows® XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 – the one HWZ reviewed did not have this OS, and was instead shipped with Windows XP.

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