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The LifeBook UH900 is an upcoming multi-touch netbook from Fujitsu.

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Pros

5.6-inch high resolution multi-touch display (1366 x 768px)

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3.5G WWAN data connectivity

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extremely compact and lightweight - only 500g (1.1 pounds)

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runs Windows 7

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64GB SSD

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mouse emulation exists above the keyboard - split between a nub on the top right and left and right mouse keys on the top left, ideal for use on the go

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optional 3.5G WWAN

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smaller than the VAIO P

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also available with a 2.0GHz Atom processor

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Cons

too big for thumb typing yet too small for touch typing - awkward size is not that useful

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just 3-hours of battery life in eco mode

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high price

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no XP drivers

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cheap looking glossy plastic lid

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only MS Windows supported

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no conventional trackpad or trackpoint (nub)

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The LifeBook UH900 is an upcoming multi-touch netbook from Fujitsu. Fujitsu claims the device, running Windows 7, will be the world's smallest multi-touch PC. While details on the 5.6" screen's multi-touch capabilities are not yet available, the display will support an ultra-high resolution of 1366x768. The UH900 will connect to 3.5G wireless networks, feature 62 GB of flash memory, and rely on a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU. A non-UMTS version will be released first, in January 2010.

Features
  • 5.6" WXGA display (1366 x 768)
  • Multi-touch
  • 1.60GHz Intel Atom Z530 processor
  • 62GB SSD
  • 3.5G wireless
  • Bluetooth
  • Windows 7
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