In this video review, I take a look at the Fujitsu P1510D Touch Tablet PC. In particular , I take a tour of the tablet, the software, compare it in size to the TC1000, examine handwriting issues, and issues involving tablet pc functionality and touch in general.
For those interested in Ultra Mobile PC solutions, but don’t want to give up a keyboard, look no further than the P1510D. With an 80 gram digitizer, it is finger friendly, but could cause issues in handwriting for some people. It has DialKeys, RitePen, and EverNote bundled in with the tablet.
Overall, I was very impressed with the P1510D. It is light and a pleasure to hold. With 1024 x 600 resolution and an 8.9Ã¢â‚¬Â screen, I was surprised at how much working room there was. I highly recommend it for those looking for an ultra mobile solution. I would strongly suggest that you order a demo of this unit first to see how it handles your handwriting. It is a mixed bag out there with some experiencing a lot of interferance with their hand while writing, and others with no issues at all.
Special thanks to Allegiance Technology Partners for providing this Tablet PC so we could demo it for you.
BTW: After receiving several requests, I have encoded this video as a .wmv and made it available via direct download instead of streaming via Flash. Please let me know which you prefer.
UPDATE: I understand the streaming quality is a bit poor right now, possibly due to our media hosting provider. I’d suggest you right click the Watch link below and save it to your computer for the best viewing experience.
Watch the video ( 23 minutes, 77mb, Windows Media via direct download). For best viewing quality, right click the link and save to your computer.
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Starting price (with Tablet PC features): $1599
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