Fujitsu launches its LifeBook U1010 UMPC, which is claimed to be the World’s smallest tablet-convertible UMPC. The U1010 is actually the international version of the U8240. The U1010 runs on the Intel’s latest Ultra Mobile Platform 2007.
The Fujitsu LifeBook U1010 will probably be powered by an Intel Pentium A110 800MHz processor, 512MB or 1GB of RAM, 20 or 40GB of hard drive. It features also WiFi, Fingerprint reader, QWERTY keyboard and a CF and SD card slot.
The Fujitsu LifeBook U1010 171x133x26.5mm and weighs 580g.
Busy executives will definitely require a mobile device that has long battery life. The LifeBook U1010 fulfills this need as it runs on the Intel’s latest Ultra Mobile Platform 2007, which has the lowest power consumption for optimized battery life. How is that possible? Well, this stellar performer is installed with the latest UMPC CPU whose Thermal Design Power is up to 80 percent lower than Intel’s current Ultra Low Voltage CPU. In general, U1010′s platform takes up 25 percent less power than the 2006 UMPC platform, giving it battery life that extends beyond most devices.