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It took awhile for Fujitsu's Lifebook T580 to hit the US market, but at last, the 10.1-inch, three-pound Tablet PC has landed on this side of the Atlantic. The netvertible, if we can even call it that, is about double the price of the usual convertible netbook, and for good reason -- the system esc

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While nowhere near as impressive (or as tangible / interactive) as its dual-touchscreen concept phone, Fujitsu's Windows 7 tablet prototypes are much more practical in design than some of its other concepts it's shown at CEATEC from years past. And yet, the pair of slates were still relegated to be

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There's no indication as to what sort of wildness went on behind closed doors, but Apple is now the proud new owner of a slightly used \"iPad\" trademark. Fujitsu, who filed for ownership in March of 2003 to cover a Windows CE device for point-of-sale, doesn't seem to have put up much of a fight, and

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There's no question that Fujitsu's LifeBook UH900 is a niche device; much like Sony's VAIO P, there's just not a lot of demand for an expensive clamshell with an extremely high resolution and an exceptionally cramped keyboard. That said, there's a curious seduction surrounding this thing, and criti

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The FCC spoiled the surprise on this one back in December, but Fujitsu has now finally gotten official with its new LifeBook T900 tablet PC, which is available with your choice of Core i5-520M, 540M, or Core i7-620M processors. Otherwise, you can expect the same 13.3-inch display found on the compa

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Well, here we go again. Apple might have stolen all the headlines yesterday with the iPad, but as we've already noted, that name has been in dispute since September -- and it doesn't look like Fujitsu, which has been selling its own iPad since 2002, is going to back down. \"It's our understanding th

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Not that there's any shortage of choice in the touchscreen all-in-one space, but Fujitsu seems keen on covering all the bases with its latest product unveiling. The headline F series (pictured) will be powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 processor, which represents 2.53GHz of ultra-efficient and p

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It looks like Fujitsu has itself a new tablet in the cooker. This here LifeBook Tablet PC was spotted recently in Germany, and is running one of those super-small P-series processors from Intel, the Core 2 Duo P8400. The laptop sports a 13.3-inch passive digitizer display and an all-new look from F

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Fujitsu's P1620 was just announced with a Stateside price starting at $1,599. This quicker update to the highly praised P1610 boasts a new ULV 1.2GHz U7600 Core 2 Duo processor with up to 2GB of memory and 100GB of disk -- a respectable bump from the old 1.2GHz Core Solo and 1GB memory and 80GB dis

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We were allowed a conjugal visit with the Fujitsu u810 UMPC and snapped some pics for you voyeurs out there. Pretty sure we've carried some cellphones heavier than this 1.56-pound flyweight industrial beauty. Drool on.%Gallery-12893%

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