Review: Fujitsu LifeBook P1510 (infoSync World)

Fujitsu P1510D
infoSync World has a new review of the Fujitsu P1510Dconvertible” LifeBook – a laptop/notebook with Tablet PC capabilities (or a Tablet PC with a physical keyboard – however you want to look at it). It’s powered by an Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) 1.2GHz Pentium M CPU and has a widescreen display that measures just 8.9 inches.

Overall they were impressed, although they noted that the 80%-sized keyboard can provide some problems (mainly speed), and the display, while smaller and not as bright as most, is very precise in regards to the Tablet/Pen functions. Some of the problems cannot be avoided due to the size of the P1510D:

Sacrificing power on the altar of mobility, Fujitsu Siemens has obviously been forced to cut a few corners to render the LifeBook P1510 as small as it is. A slightly dated chipset, modest hard drive speeds and a maximum of 1 GB of RAM limits the potential of this tablet convertible to productivity applications – a test for which it passes with flying colours. The P1510 is a superb choice for the road warrior for whom brain matters more than brawns.

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