Fujitsu launches the world's smallest UMPC "U series" that can drive for up to 8 hours

It is said that Fujitsu will sell the world's smallest UMPC (Ultra Mobile PC) "U series" with a weight of about 580 g and a thickness of 26.5 mm to today's FMV - LIFE BOOK corporate notebook computer from today.

Windows XP or Windows Vista Business can be selected as the operating system, and in addition to realizing driving for up to 8 hours, it can also be used as a tablet by rotating the liquid crystal.

Details are as follows.
World's Smallest Newly Provided Ultra Compact and Ultra Light Convertible PC "U Series": Fujitsu

According to this release, "FMV-U8240" released this time has keyboard with key pitch 14 mm · keystroke 1.3 mm and convertible type touch panel with 5.6 inch wide liquid crystal (1024 × 600 dots), it is equipped with It seems that it is possible to use according to work style such as keyboard input in form and pen input with tablet type form.

When using it in a tablet type form, it looks like this.

In addition to adopting Intel's A110 processor (800 MHz) as a CPU, it is equipped with a standard fingerprint sensor with security awareness, and it can drive up to 8 hours when using Windows XP and a large capacity battery.

If it is small so far, feel free to carry it in a bag and carry it.

in Mobile,   Hardware, Posted by darkhorse_log