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Now's your chance to cast your ballot for the 2006 Tablet PC of the Year! (For the purposes of this award, UMPCs will compete in Handhelds.) Our Engadget Awards nominees are listed below, and you've got until 11.59PM EST on Sunday, April 15th to file your vote. You can only vote once, so make it co

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April 9, 2007 at 3:01PM
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While a natural evolution of the ultra-portable, it's still noteworthy when a vendor gives in and offers an SSD option to their gear. Once again, it's Fujitsu doing the honors by bringing that Solid State Disk action from Samsung to their 8.9-inch, 2.2-pound P1610 convertible Tablet PC -- something

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While the slick Lifebook Q2010 was Fujitsu's 3G HSPDA pioneer, most of its notebooks will soon feature the same connectivity, including the ultra-portable Lifebook P1610 tablet PC with embedded 3G WWAN. Aside from upgraded UMTS / HSDPA connectivity in addition to EDGE / GPRS / GSM and Bluetooth, th

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It's sexy, it's small, but is it any good? Laptop Mag took Fujitsu's LifeBook P1610 out on the town and they sure seem to think so. Despite the \"cute\" comments they received on the street, there's enough going on here to suit the demanding road warrior that wants to pack light. Notably impressive on

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If LG's C1 Xnote is just too much bulk for you, and Fujitsu's Lifebook P1610 is putting you off with that lack of 3G, you might dig the up and coming Flybook V5i, which does it up right with an 8.9-inch convertible touch screen, 1.2Ghz U2500 Core Duo processor and the HSDPA hookup. Of course, at si

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Fujitsu is going ultra-portable and uber-portable with its new T4125 (right) and P1610 (left) Tablet PCs. Both LifeBooks feature convertible displays, allowing for usage in both laptop mode and tablet mode, but while the T4215 sports a decent-sized (for a tablet) 12.1-inch display, the P1610 get

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Well folks, nostra culpa, a laptop from a major manufacturer slipped under our radar; without any further delay, we present to you what we know about the new Fujitsu P1610, heir apparent to the P1500 / P1510: it's got an 8.9-inch display (1280 x 768), an Intel Core Solo U1400 (1.2GHz) processor, up

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