Fujitsu’s Paul Moore Talks Tablet Trends and Introduces U820 tokidoki Edition

With the exception of dedicated tablet manufacturers like TabletKiosk, Fujitsu was the only major make to have multiple tablet models on display. By mutliple tablet models, I mean distinctly tiered tablets like the UMPC sized U820, the ultraportable T2020, and the powerhouse T5010. Asus’ new T91 and T101 are internally the same with only screen size distinguishing the two. Anyway, I was able to talk with Fujitsu’s Paul Moore who briefly discussed where Fujitsu sees the tablet PC market headed and introduces us to the tokidoki Limited Edition U820. The tokidoki Edition is from Italian designer Simone Legno and adds a bit of style to an otherwise no-nonsense, business-oriented black casing that Fujitsu has been known for. Check out the video after the jump.

3 Comments

  1. davidm

    01/09/2009 at 12:50 pm

    Wow, that guy looks blizted.

    Anyway, I stopped watching after the lame corporate line about following Microsoft’s lead. I guess everyone is expected to throw out last year’s model at that point.

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  2. fraggo

    01/09/2009 at 2:14 pm

    Where can one download that wallpaper?

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  3. Truc Bui

    01/09/2009 at 6:24 pm

    @ fraggo:

    It’s not a wallpaper, but rather a laptop lid design.

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