Fujitsu unveils world's smallest tablet PC

Lifebook U1010 - the smallest tablet-convertible ultra mobile PC money can buy

Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific introduces breakthrough 3.5G-enabled mobile companion - Lifebook U1010.

Noted as the world's smallest tablet-convertible ultra mobile PC, the Fujitsu LifeBook U1010 is now embedded with 3.5G to offer fashionistas in transit not only powerful function and sophisticated style, but also limitless connection. Providing users with the flexibility of using the U1010 like a hand-held, tablet or notebook, watching movies on the go, tuning in to your favorite music or playing games is such a breeze; transforming usually-dull commuting journeys into an unmatchable groove.

And that's not all, the addition of embedded 3.5G capability raises converged media features to a new optimum in communication.

Fujitsu remains firmly committed to the promotion of a cleaner environment, complying with the European Union's Restriction of Hazardous Substances directive (RoHS) across our entire range of products, allowing Fujitsu to stay keenly focused on our customers' health and well-being, embracing a healthier environment for all.

Fujitsu Lifebook U1010 is priced at US$1,904 onwards.

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