The last time we covered an atom-based device, it was the world’s thinnest USI Mobile Internet Device. This time it is about the new launch of a Convertible Tablet U820 by Fujitsu. The new Atom-based U820 Convertible tablet by Fujtsu has a 5.6 inch touchscreen LCD with a resolution of 1366×768 and powered by a 1.6GHz Intel Atom CPU.
The LifeBook has 1 GB of RAM and comes installed with Windows Vista Home Premium. The U820 also comes with 60GB standard hard disk drive or an optional 120GB disk. It has a built-in GPS receiver which comes integrated with Garmin Mobile PC for easy navigation and an Integrated 1.3 Megapixel Webcam and Fingerprint Sensor which means that it will keep you connected via Video chat and the device itself will be more secure.
U820 also has Wi-Fi connectivity has an an SD/CF memory card slot. There are two models available: the main difference between the models is that one runs Vista Home Premium and the other Runs Vista Business.
Features at a Glance:
IntelÂ® Atomâ„¢ Processor Z530
Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium (Vista Business in case of 120 GB Version) with Microsoft Office OneNote 20071 and Microsoft Works 9.0 and Office Home and Student 60-Day Trial
5.6″ WXGA Crystal View display with touch screen
Integrated Webcam and Fingerprint Sensor
1 GB DDR2 533 MHz SDRAM memory
60 GB, 4200 rpm hard drive (120 GB in other Model)
Built-in GPS receiver and integrated Garmin Mobile PC
10/100 Ethernet (with included cable)
Atheros XSPAN (802.11a/b/g/draft-n)
Integrated Bluetooth wireless
Main battery: Lithium ion (4-cell, 7.2V, 5800 mAh)
One-year International Limited Warranty
M-code FPCM21621 (FPCM21622 for the 120 GB version)
The Vista Business model having 120 GB HDD will cost you $1299 and the Vista Home Premium model which has 60 GB Hard Disk will set you back by $999.
Fujitsu via Coolest Gadgets