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Fujitsu LifeBook U820 Mini-Notebook

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I’ve seen a similar unit somewhere in Park Square 1 for some months now but it looks like Fujitsu has done a refresh (LifeBook U820) with an Intel Atom processor in it.

Fujitsu packed the whole thing in just 5.6 inches, the smallest I’ve seen so far. It also swivels around to take on a tablet form, with stylus in tow.

Fujitsu U820 • Fujitsu Lifebook U820 Mini-Notebook

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Lifebook U820 Mini Notebook • Fujitsu Lifebook U820 Mini-Notebook

Fujitsu LifeBook U820
Intel Atom Processor Z530
1GB DDR2 533 MHz SDRAM
Webcam
Fingerprint Sensor
60GB/120GB HDD
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth
Built-in GPS receiver and integrated Garmin Mobile PC
SD & CF card slot
1 x USB 2.0 port
4-cell 5800mAh battery
Windows Vista Home Premium

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Weighs only 1.32lbs (0.6kg). This rig (with the Garmin Mobile PC) can practically serve as a fully-functional GPS navigation system in your car. Too bad it costs a bit on the expensive side — starting price is $999.

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saman iran 0098-0121 2264862
12 years ago

i shoing this laptop you can post to iran 0098-0121 2264862

saman iran
saman iran
12 years ago

i from iran i shoping this laptop you post to iran

jazzy
jazzy
13 years ago

pricey but worth it….it is more high tech than garmin gps receiver which i hink is priced at 40k, is it available locally?

the philippine island
13 years ago

nice technology!

crestfallen
crestfallen
13 years ago

i’ve seen this in singapore! it’s sooo small! it’s like a psp! pricey!

Eizan
Eizan
13 years ago

Aw, only one USB port. :(

jazzy
jazzy
13 years ago

where can i buy thing thing…

miller
miller
13 years ago

now you would never get lost owning this, but the hefty price tag comes no surprise coming from fujitsu, though i wonder if its manufactured still in JP or CN?

Lucien Dominick G. Tiojanco
13 years ago

I can see that it uses Intel Atom Z530 which is even more power efficient than the usual N270 most netbooks used. What’s even more power efficient is the chipset I assume it’s fitted with.

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