James Kendrick takes a good look at the Tablet Bumpcase for the Fujitsu P1610 Tablet PC in this review at JkOnTheRun.com.
Having used a bumpcase for the Motion Computing LS8000, I’ve been eyeing one for the P1610 as well. If I get one, I’ll likely opt for the for the Convertible Bumpcase, since I tend to operate in convertible mode a lot and don’t want to fool with removing the tablet from the bumpcase when I want to type.
One thing missing from the Fujitsu Tablet Bumpcase, that made the LS800 bumpcase totally rock, is a built-in stand that lets you prop it up while in tablet mode.
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