Fujitsu Rolls Out ‘The LifeBook U1010’ In Indian Market
Fujitsu has rolled out a 3.5G-enabled mobile companion, named ‘The LifeBook U1010’ in the Indian market, which it claimed to be the world’s smallest tablet-convertible ultra mobile PC (UMPC).
It offers users a first-class combination of function, superiority, method and infinite connection. It weighs just 630 grams.
Powered by Intel processor A110 with 800MHz of processing power, the U1010 consists of newly designed 0.2 mm aluminum plated QWERTY keyboard and sports a 5.6-inch SuperFine WSVGA display that is a Passive Touch Panel with 1024×600 pixels resolution. The U1010 has dimensions of 171mm (w) x 133mm (d) x 26.5-32.0mm (h). Besides, it has a palm resistance touch screen that permits the fingers to do the work, without a stylus.
The new Life Book U1010 runs on Intel Ultra Mobile Platform 2007, and also consists of an Intel processor A110, the Intel 945GU Express Chipset and the Intel ICH7U I/O Controller Hub.
The company said that the new LifeBook can hold several operational possibilities including watching movies, listening to music, screening and editing documents, video-conferencing, plus surfing the Internet.
The U1010 incorporates both 3.5G and HSDPA, and assures superior Broadband Internet connectivity with a bandwidth of up to 3.6Mbps. It packs 1GB DDR2 400MHz memory, and 40 GB hard disk for storage.
Additionally, the U1010 is packed with a suite of security features, including trusted platform module support and 2-level BIOS lock for documents. It is equipped with a fingerprint sensor that allows users to encrypt sensitive files with a swipe of the finger.
Other features include integrated Intel Graphics with 3D accelerator, RealTek ALC262 HD audio codec with built-in digital microphone, integrated 0.3 mega pixels camera, Bluetooth, and digital card reader.
The Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 is available at a price of Rs 74,990 in the Indian market.