The Fujitsu LifeBook P1610 and P1620 supplies seem to be drying up. With all of the netbooks coming out with similar-sized 8.9″ displays and decent battery life, a lot of us have wondered what Fujitsu would do. Of course, only a few netbooks offer touchscreen … Read more
The Fujitsu LifeBook P1620 convertible Tablet PC has a 2GB memory option while the P1610 originally did not. Only 1GB of memory was a sticking point with some. James Kendrick over at jkOnTheRun poked around the Fujitsu site and turned up a 2GB option for … Read more
There is a really in-depth article over at jkOnTherun, A day in the life- a tale of two tablets, that covers James’ use of his Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet and his Fujitsu P1610. He goes through his daily routine, mentions that he keeps his two … Read more
According to Core Duo News, Fujitsu will begin offering a 3G UMTS/HSDPA connectivity module for the
Fujitsu LifeBook P1610. This considerably broadens the connectivity capabilities of the P1610, one of the smallest ultraportable notebooks (which also doubles as a Tablet PC with its 8.9-inch widescreen touchscreen display), especially for those who travel a lot. This was announced on Fujitsu’s Asia/Pacific site – we are unsure if this will be offered outside of Asia.
LAPTOP Magazine has
posted their review of the “convertible Fujitsu P1610. It’s one of the smallest “convertible” ultraportable laptops around – weighing just over two pounds, with an 8.9-inch display that swivels around and lays down to convert into a Tablet PC. It’s also one of the first to be shipping with Microsoft Windows Vista. They gave it 4 out of 5 stairs, complaining about the input (trackpoint-like instead of touchpad) and the resolution (they considered the resolution too high for the size of the screen).