Linda Epstein, one of the long time Tablet PC MVP’s, has done a copmprehensive look at the Fujitsu Lifebook P1510D Tablet PC, on her site TabletPC2.com. Here are Linda’s Pros, Cons, and Conclusion:
You can take it just about anywhere
Compact size and lightweight make the P1510D exceptionally nice for travel
Dual input methods allows you to use the pen or the Touch Screen Touch Screen means your still able to use your Tablet if you misplace the pen
Attached keyboard without extra weight
Its fun to use >
Battery life is under 3 hours
Small Pen can be difficult to use for extended periods of time
Using the Atheros wireless utility the wireless connection isn’t automatic, Every time you switch locations the wireless will be detected but you have go in and connect it manually.
For long time Tablet PC users, no hover feature with the pen takes getting used to.
No PCMCIA slot so you cant use an air card for wireless Broadband Access through your cell carrier
(Fujitsu’s Compact Flash to PC Card Adapter is only 16 bit – the Air cards from Verizon, Cingular and Sprint are 32 bit)
After three and a half years I have found a convertible tablet pc that I like so much I don’t want to give the review unit back! Weighing 2.2 pounds with the 3 cell battery and 2.5 pounds with the 6 cell battery, an 8.9″ wide SVGA display with touch screen, Intel Pentium M 1.2 GHz processor and 30 gigabyte hard in a 9.3″ x 6.57″ x 1.36″/1.46 package make the Fujitsu P1510D Tablet PC an excellent choice for any one who travels and wants or needs the convenience of a convertible pc with out the weight.
Linda has me interested! Read the full review here.
10 Best Surface Pro Alternatives in 2019
There are Surface Pro alternatives that offer lower prices, more battery life, more storage and include the accessories you need...
5 Reasons to Pre-Order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare & 3 Reasons Not To
Should you pre-order Call of Duty: Modern Warfare? We can help you decide if you should pre-order Call of Duty...