Category Archives: Fujitsu

Toshiba Picks Up Fujitsu’s HDD Business

Fujitsu Limited and Toshiba Corporation have announced today that Fujitsu will be transferring its hard drive (Hard Disk Drive – HDD) business over to Toshiba, through the creation of a new company. Fujitsu will move its HDD-related assets and business … Continue reading

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Windows 7, SSD Netbooks, UMPCs

A couple of more ultraportables have had Microsoft Windows 7 pre-beta installed on them, with information / benchmarks listed. UMPC Fever has a forum member who installed Windows 7 on a Fujitsu U2010, which worked great, from the included screenshots. … Continue reading

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Fujitsu LifeBook T2020 Review (TabletPCReview)

Yesterday, Tiffany Boggs over at TabletPCReview published their review of the new Fujitsu LifeBook T2020, an Intel Core 2 Duo Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) powered convertible. Due to its pivoting display, it can be converted back and forth between a … Continue reading

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Fujitsu LifeBook P1630 Introduced

Fujitsu has quietly introduced a replacement for the 8.9″ Fujitsu LifeBook P1620. It’s the aptly-named 8.9″ Fujitsu LifeBook P1630 and it retains much of the convertible form factor that the P1500 and P1600 series is known for. It’s convertible in … Continue reading

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Fujitsu LifeBook U820 – Available in US

The 5.6″ Fujitsu LifeBook U820 (or U2010 as its known elsewhere) has popped up on the US Fujitsu site. It’s Fujitsu’s first Intel Atom-powered ultraportable available here in the US, and it’s a “convertible” – it can convert between a … Continue reading

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