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Fujitsu's LifeBook U2010 jam packed with goodies

Adds music on-demand & GPS for regular travellers

| Posted: Sep 16, 2008 11:03 am

Fujitsus first entrant to the UMPC (Ultra-Mobile PC) market, the LifeBook U1010 received much attention and praise following its launch last year. Now comes the U2010 which further improves on the ingenuity of the original with a very impressive feature-set.

 

Fujitsu LifeBook U2010 UMPC

 

In its continuing 3-in-1 tablet/notebook/handheld PC tradition, the LifeBook U2010s most notable advancements come in the form of built-in GPS navigation and wireless music on-demand.

 

Music on-demand sends a crystal clear FM signal within close range to your cars stereo, allowing you to play your notebook's music library through your car sound system. This and the embedded sat nav make the LifeBook U2010 a terrific partner if you travel a lot of kms in your car.

 

Fujitsu LifeBook U2010 UMPC

 

Running a portable full-featured variant of Windows Vista, other features include a built-in 1.3MP camera, WLAN 11a/g/n, Bluetooth v2.1, the option of up to 100GB storage (or 64GB if going with SSD) and a fingerprint sensor for 2-level BIOS locking and peace of mind that your data is kept safe.

 

To ensure efficient performance with a long battery life, the notebook relies on Intels Atom processor running at 1.6GHz. Fujitsu have stamped the LifeBook U2010 UMPC with an RRP of $1,499 AUD which also carries with it a 2 year national wide pickup and return warranty.

 

Fujitsu LifeBook U2010 UMPC

 

To learn more about unit, you can locate the official press release here folks.

 

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