Fujitsu releases ‘wallet sized' netbook

Feb 10, 2010 3:43 PM
Filed under Hardware

Red, black or gold.

Fujitsu has launched the "wallet sized" Fujitsu Lifebook UH900 netbook to the Australian market announcing that is available now from distribution partners. 

Available in three glossy finishes and a 5.6-inch WXGA display, Fujitsu has claimed the unit is less than 2.5cm in thickness, "mimicking" the size of a long wallet.

The unit ships with Windows 7 compatibility and supports all Windows-based pages including flash animation and form-filling. It includes a 62GB solid-state drive (SSD)

Furthermore, Fujitsu has claimed the unit weighs less than 500g, includes 3.5G wireless capabilities and is powered by the Intel Atom Z530 processor.

"The UH900 raises the bar in addressing the demanding needs of being constantly on the move," said Ivan Chan, country director, Fujitsu PC Australia.

The UH900 comes in mocha black, fiery red and vintage gold in a glossy finish and is available now from Bluechip Infotech and Multimedia Technology.

It retails for $2,099.

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