Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 ultra lightweight handheld PC officially announced

December 3, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran


The latest handheld from Fujitsu has been officially announced. Christened LifeBook UH900, the new handheld PC is termed to have married engineering with the latest technology. Sounds nice, doesn’t it?  The ultra lightweight device will arrive as a handheld PC that would give you ultimate mobility.

When we say ultra lightweight, we mean it. The LifeBook UH900 weighs less than 500 grams, would you believe it. Thickness is just less than an inch and the size specs read 20.4cm x 10.65cm. Even if you have doubts about that now, we are sure you will have to believe us when it really comes to your hand. Built to be Windows 7 compatible, and by that we also mean that the device comes with a multi-touch support that could aid your communication while on the go.

The Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 is capable of 62GB solid-state drive (SSD) storage space and boasts of the latest technology. Powered by an Intel AtomZ530 processor, the Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 also comes with ThinkFree Mobile software in case you wanted to edit presentation slides and documents while traveling.

The 5.6-inch vivid glare screen is larger than those offered by the latest mobile handsets you get in the market today Further, Fujitsu has also incorporated a sunlight readable WXGA display with bonding technology. All these offer exemplary video viewing and text browsing outdoors even when the sun shines bright on you.

Fujitsu has thrown in that extra bit of mobility by incorporating a 5 thumb-controlled touch button panel on the rim of the screen. These touch buttons help in functions such as resolution change, ECO button for extending battery life up to three hours or to launch media programs. You will also be able to program these three buttons to your favorite applications. If these aren’t enough, the LifeBook UH900 also gives you a pen for more accuracy while you text. The page up and down functions can be effected through a single touch. That, indeed, explains why Fujitsu calls it the device which can be used on the go. The usual features such as Bluetooth support, web camera, stereo mic and an integrated 3.5G technology configuration add to the charm. We are now waiting for January 2010 to dawn so that we can see the device in stores. Well, we guess, we need to know the pricing details too.

(Via Slashgear)

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