February 24, 2010 at 12:28 pm
The Fujitsu Lifebook UH900 is a 5.6-inch handheld PC with multi-touch display. The UH900 is powered by either a 1.6GHz or 2.0GHz Z-series Atom processor, 2GB RAM, a 64GB SSD and Windows 7. It also features two USB ports, card reader, mini VGA and weighs just 1.1lbs.
Jenn over at Pocketables has received her 2.0GHz unit and promptly shot some unboxing photos for us to enjoy as well as some comparison pics. The packaging isn’t inspiring and she lamented the absence of a case.
However, the hardware itself made up for this. Her first impression was how lightweight it was, along with a comfortable (but small) keyboard. The glossy display wasn’t as bad in real life as it looks in the photos. She wasn’t too keen on the screen hinge that it was a bit too tight and creaked when opening, the lid’s build quality was also suspect, suffering from flex. She’ll have a full review in a few weeks time.