Ahh, the Fujitsu Q2010. I’ve been waiting for this announcement. Wouldn’t this make for a really, really nice Tablet PC? At 2.2 lbs and .78” thin, it seems to be a natural fit, but Fujitsu has decided otherwise by only producing a heftier version in its T4210 series.
Oh well – the Q series still looks to be a good light weight solution for those on the go.
|•||Intel® Core™ Solo Processor Ultra Low Voltage U1400 (1.20 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache, 533 MHz FSB)|
|•|| Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional with
Microsoft® Works 8.5
12.1″ Crystal View wide XGA display
• One Type I/II PCMCIA slot, 32-bit PC CardBus architecture
11.7″ x 8.62″ x 0.78″; approx. 2.2 lbs. with a 3-cell battery
Prices start at $1999
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