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Fujitsu wasn't all that specific about pricing or release details when it announced its new U810 and T2010 tablet PCs earlier this year, but it looks like both have now finally made their way out the door. In case you missed it, the big addition this time around is the inclusion of a built-in HSPA

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May 2, 2008 at 4:14PM
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Your good friends at Fujitsu aren't leaving you high and dry this CES season -- oh no. The company is updating a few of its tablet PCs for your computing pleasure, two of which happen to be the T2010 and the U810. Both little dudes will now be sporting extra-speedy WWAN HSUPA, as evidenced by the l

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Thankfully, it didn't take too awfully long after Fujitsu's LifeBook T2010 got official before the folks over at PCMag were able to wrap their palms around the tablet and toss out their two pennies. Upon first opening this bad boy up, reviewers were stunned by the incredibly bright LED-backlit disp

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Thanks to the oh-so-disclosing FCC, we already knew that Fujitsu's U810 and T2010 were headed this way, but now the firm is making things official. The 1.56-pound U810 will boast a snazzy LED-backlit display, last up to 5.5-hours on a single charge, will don the \"world's smallest tablet convertible

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It looks like the \"handsome\" new Fujitsu T2010 that we saw back in the beginning of July has made its way into the loving arms of the FCC -- where they've given it their precious stamp of approval. Of course, this doesn't mean anything yet, as the company hasn't made any announcements, but it does

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At a shopping mall called Vivocity in Singapore, Fujitsu has shown off two new 12.1- and 17-inch notebook models. The 12.1-inch T2010 is actually a tablet, which weighs 3.3 pounds, is based on Santa Rosa, and has a fingerprint reader and Bluetooth. The 17-inch N6460 is very much not a tablet, inste

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