Fujitsu LifeBook FMV-U810 / U8240 UMPC / U1010

Fujitsu FMV-U8240 UMPC
Summary: 5.6″, Touchscreen, Mid-2007, Intel ULV, Netbook

Being replaced by Fujitsu LifeBook U2010

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Official Page:
Product Name: Fujitsu LifeBook U810 (FMV-U8240 / U800 / U1010)
Manufacturer: Fujitsu Limited
Announced: May 16, 2007
Available: Mid June 2007 for some models, Early July 2007 for others.
Status: Currently in production and being sold.
Price: See Models below.

FPCM21342 ($1099 MSRP) – Windows Vista Business with Microsoft Office OneNote 2007
FPCM21341 ($999 MSRP) Windows Home Premium with Microsoft Works 8.5
FPC02134AK (Part # CP338201) – same as FPCM21341

Available at:
– Amazon: Fujitsu LifeBook U810 (FPCM21341) $899.99 (Regular $999.99)
– Amazon: Fujitsu LifeBook U810 (FPCM21342) $952.99 (Regular $1099.99)

Related Laptops:
– Fall into the netbook category
– Kind of a smaller version of the Fujitsu P8240
– Similar in size to Asus Eee PC, but with Tablet PC functionality (which the Eee PC does not have).

– Uses the “Intel® Ultra Mobile Platform 2007”
– Keyboard light/illumination
– LED-backlit Display
– 0.3MP built-in camera

Manufacturer’s Description:
The all-new Fujitsu LifeBook® U810 has the functionality of a traditional notebook, but only half the size. With a 5.6″ WSVGA Crystal View display and weighing a mere 1.56 lbs, it is one of the world’s smallest convertible notebooks. It fits in your palm, yet it is rich with features that let you work, access e-mail, watch video, listen to MP3s, browse the Internet, take pictures, or stay connected with friends and family. It revolutionizes the way you work, play, and entertain yourself wherever you are, whenever you want. Welcome to the 21st century lifestyle with the ultra mobile LifeBook® U810.

CPU: Intel’s A110 (800MHz) “Stealy” with 512K L2 Cache
Chipset: Based on “Intel® Ultra Mobile Platform 2007” – “McCaslin”, aka the Intel® 945GU Express Chipset
Front-side Bus: 400MHz
Memory: DDR2 SDRAM PC2-3200
Memory Capacity: 1GB (1 slot, built-in, cannot be changed later)

Display: 5.6-inch, LED-backlit
Resolution: 1024×600 WSVGA
Touchscreen: Yes – Passive
Widescreen: Yes
Graphics Chipset: Intel (3D Accelerated)
Graphics Memory: 64MB to 224MB Depending on memory (Intel Dynamic Video Memory Technology)
Other: VGA Out

Hard Drive: 1.8″ 40GB Hard Drive, Ultra ATA100 (PATA) 4200rpm
Optical: External

Wireless: 802.11 a/b/g (Atheros Super AG)
Modem: 3rd Party USB (purchase yourself)
Ethernet: Realtek 8101L 10/100 Ethernet
Bluetooth: Bluetooth Version 2.0
Mobile Broadband: WWAN HSUPA at some point in early 2008

Audio Chipset: RealTek ALC262 HD audio codec
Speakers/Microphone: Built-in digital microphone
Audio I/O: 3.5mm Stereo out, Stereo microphone/in
USB: 1x USB 2.0
PC Card: 1x Type I/II
Flash/Memory Card Reader: Secure Digital (SD)
Keyboard: 56-key
Mouse: “Stick”
Other: Port Replicator add-on unit external video, ethernet and USB ports. (“Docking Cradle”)

Biometric/Fingerprint: Yes
Other: “Portshutter V2” software – Can disable or restrict devices connected to the USB port. “Security Chip” – TCG Ver1.2 – TPM

Software & Warranty:
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005, Windows Vista Business or Vista Enterprise
Other Software:Microsoft Works 8.5 and/or Microsoft OneNote 2007 included with some options
Warranty: Limited International Warrant – 1 year (up to three years can be purchased)

Options: 4-cell 7.2V 5200mAH
Battery Life: Rated up to 5.5 hours
Other: 2.5 hours to charge standard battery
Power Consumption: 9W – 40W

Width: 6.7-inches (171mm)
Depth: 5.2-inches (133mm)
Height: 1-1.3 inches (26.5 – 32mm) (based on battery size)
Weight: 1.56 lbs (707g)

Video Reviews:
YouTube – LogicTVdotcom– February 8, 2008 – From
YouTube – World of Warcraft on a U810 – January 14, 2008
YouTube – ICUBE.US – December 5, 2007
YouTube – Ubuntu Linux on a U810 – November 28, 2007
YouTube – Google Earth on a U810 – November, 2007

Pocketables – Review – January 21, 2008
Mobile Tech Review – November 12, 2007
Pocketables – November, 2007 – Size Comparisons – October, 2007 – First Impressions
PC Magazine – Review, October, 2007
CNET Review – September, 2007
GottaBeMobile – August 3, 2007 – quick look at Fujitsu U1010
Video at YouTube – via Ultra Mobile PC Tips
More pictures at Akihabara News
Fujitsu Press Release – May 2007
PC World Hands on – May 2007

Images below from (Fujitsu Limited)

Fujitsu FMV-U8240 UMPC
1. Click button
2. Ctrl+Alt+Delete button
3. Fingerprint sensor
4. Built-in speaker
5. Rotation button
6. Application button 2
7. Application button 1
8. Scroll button
9. Fn key
10. Stick point
11. Pen/Stylus
12. Built-in microphone
13. Conversion cable (LAN/CRT) business connector

Fujitsu FMV-U8240 UMPC
1. Wireless LAN switch
2. DC-IN connector
3. SD card slot
4. Volume volume
5. Microphone terminal
6. Head phone terminal

Fujitsu FMV-U8240 UMPC
1. The USB port (there is the port cover)
2. Power switch
3. CF card slot

Fujitsu FMV-U8240 UMPC

Fujitsu FMV-U8240 UMPC