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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 large (and probably in charge) antennae sticking out of their respective sides. The new lappies will be available Q1 2008, though there's no word on pricing yet.



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