Video Review: Fujitsu LifeBook U810 (LogicTV.com)

Fujitsu LifeBook U810 Last week, a new video review of the Fujitsu LifeBook FMV-U810 (aka the U8240 or U1010) was posted by LogicTV.com. The U810 is Fujitsu’s semi-UMPC (really it’s just a convertible Tablet PC that just so happens to have a 5.6″ widescreen touchscreen) with an 800MHz Intel A110 CPU, 1GB of memory, and a 40GB Hard Drive. The difference between models revolves around Windows Vista Business versus Windows Vista Home Premium (the low-end version can be had for around $950 at places like Amazon.com or around $910.99 at Buy.com). The more expensive model with Windows Vista Business comes with Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 which probably makes it worth the extra money.

You can view the full video review here (LogicTV.com). The comparison to the 17″ MacBook Pro is humorous.

On a side note, about a month ago, somebody posted a YouTube video of World of Warcraft running on a U810.

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