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Fujitsu LifeBook U2010 Ultra Portable

Sony doesn’t make the smallest laptops; Fujitsu does with their LifeBook U series. The latest one is this Fujitsu LifeBook U2010 Ultra Portable that runs on an Atom Z530 1.6GHz CPU.

Fujitsu U2010

Realme Philippines

5.6-inch display screen @ 1280×800 pixels with touch screen
1GB DDR2 533MHz
60GB HDD or 64GB SSD
Bluetooth 2.1
SD card reader
CF card slot
WiFi 802.11n
1.3MP camera

Battery Options:
2-cell Li-Ion 2900mAh: 3.5 hours on HDD, 4 hours on SSD
4-cell Li-Ion 5800mAh: 7.5 hours on HDD, 8.5 hours on SSD

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Weighs just 0.61kg (1.34 lbs) with the standard 2-cell battery. The swivel base, touchscreen and stylus combo makes this the smallest ultraportable tablet we’ve seen. And the price — Php69,995 (in the same neighborhood as the Sony Vaio P).

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Greg Aglipay
Greg Aglipay
11 years ago

I used to own the U1010 model. yeah it cost an arm, leg, and kidney. but the feeling i get when mac users hide their fruit units in shame is worth every peso i spent.

Weblogger|CarloBlogg Online
12 years ago

too expensive for a netbook like that; :)

chris
chris
12 years ago

its not so expensive!!! i bought one from
http://www.ipmart.com/main/search.php?in=668&find=fujitsu+u2010 only 724$
The problem is that is too slow because of the vista, but the quality is excellent and the display
is fantastic!! Better with XP!!!

jose
jose
12 years ago

enjoy typing and watching while the 70k denominations are swirling around your head.

BrianB
12 years ago

You never heard of the m1 mbook?

http://www.pmptoday.com/2009/02/22/umid-m1-mbook-has-48-inch-screen/

bertsan531
12 years ago

i can buy 3 netbooks with this price,better specs and more features,I think it will be very hard to work on this size of screen…

martin
martin
12 years ago

do you have any suggestions on the best net book available? working on a 20-25k budget…hopefully one with high resolution.

thanks!

rey del rosario
rey del rosario
12 years ago

OMG..that a nice laptop..its to expensive..
how can i have one for free?hehehe
anyway it a nice laptop thats all..

John
12 years ago

ahhmm for me sony vaio P is much better than this. Lifebook U2010 Display Screen have only 5.6 inch only and Sony Vaio P have 8 inch, in memory U2010 have only 1Gb and Sony Vaio P have 2Gb, and in the looks sony vaio p is the winner.. peace to all Life book users..

http://www.gingooglive.com

JD
JD
12 years ago

the specs is much of a netbook except the resolution at 5.6inch it’s like Kindle. Still I think it’s not comfortable working with that size.

Reuben
Reuben
12 years ago

Oh c’mon, who’s gonna buy that netbook with that price?!

John Ray Cabrera
12 years ago

this is exactly what i’m talkin’ about. netbooks evolving like tablets and tablets evolving like netbooks.

soon, we’ll be seeing 14inch netbooks and, in an effort to brag power efficiency feature, notebook will sport with Intel Atom processor.

Erin
12 years ago

lifestyle device for the filthy rich.

ciao!

Pedro
Pedro
12 years ago

“gasp”…5.6 inch screen worth almost 70k…OMG

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