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.