Video Review: Fujitsu P1510D

Fujitsu P1510D has put together a video review of the Fujitsu P1510D which is one of the smaller ultraportables around – an 8.9-inch widescreen display powered by an Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) Pentium M. This is one of the convertibles – a notebook with Tablet PC/touchscreen functionality.

They do raise the issue of some having a problem with handwriting recognition:

For those interested in Ultra Mobile PC solutions, but don’t want to give up a keyboard, look no further than the P1510D. With an 80 gram digitizer, it is finger friendly, but could cause issues in handwriting for some people…..It is a mixed bag out there with some experiencing a lot of interferance with their hand while writing, and others with no issues at all.

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