Fujitsu U820 3G for just $1199 with AT&T broadband connection

You don’t hear about such deals a lot of times. Fujitsu is now offering the U820 along with AT&T broadband connection and that too for just $1199. That is not it. Unlike the Asian versions, the US 3G models are coming with 120GB HDD. Asian models known as U2010 come with 60GB HDD and just 2-cell battery.

American versions also come with a bigger 4-cell battery with the default configuration, which should give you atleast 5 hours of battery life with the extremely power-frugal Atom CPU.

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Holiday Guide – Find out which Netbook, UMPC and Mobile Phone is most bang for a buck this holiday season?

No doubt that we are still bearing the effects of depression right now. We need to make wise choices. We just cannot afford to step into the market and get the latest shiny stuff. I’m not saying that we should get old stuff, but in this article I’m going to enlist the best products at best prices. I’ll also give you the names of the best ones too!

Holiday Guide - Find out which Netbook, UMPC and Mobile Phone is most bang for a buck this holiday season?

Most-bang-for-a-buck UMPC: Fujitsu U810/U1010

Ultra-mobiles are popular for their huge price-tags. Their sales are not counted in millions like iPhone and HTC Diamond. Last year, the Fujitsu U810 (US) and U1010 (Asia) were quite out-of customer’s reach. Both were >$1000 and thus was not very popular among customers. This is not the scene this year. They can now be bought for around $700-800 now making it a very attractive package. For nearly $700, you are getting a UMPC that runs vista fine (you can use XP too), comes with decent HDD, 1 GB RAM, clamshell design and reputed brand name in tablet PCs, Fujitsu. You cannot go wrong with it.

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Trigem's Atom-based LLUON Mobbit: Finally a UMPC below $500 UMPC

Ever thought of a UMPC of under US$500? Well, meet the LLUON Mobbit PS400. According to CNET, it is too big for the pockets and it is less functional than a netbook. I don’t agree with it. It has never meant to be pocketable. It is a portable device that can run XP. That is it!

Here are the specifications of this device:

  • Processor Atom Z520.
  • 2 megapixel camera.
  • 1 GB memory.
  • Choice of 30GB HDD of 16GB SSD.
  • WiFI and Korean WiMax (WiBro).
  • Digital Television (T-DMB).

According to Cnet, the price will be “around” $411.

UMID Clamshell Specs Prices

UMID Clamshell Specs PricesChippy of UMPCportal has been able to get new images of UMID from Korea.

Here are some highlights of the product:

  • The battery is 17Wh and thus should give 4hrs+ battery life.
  • Very small in size (smaller than Fujitsu U2010)
  • Just 6.22″ wide!

It can infact fit in a jacket pocket. Since, it is clamshell, the screen is always protected too unlike UX series from SONY. The price is not available yet and it will be ready on 2009.

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Fujitsu Introduces Fujitsu U820

Delivering touch screen capability, long battery life, and Microsoft Windows computing power, the innovative LifeBook U820 convertible mini-notebook is stylish, super compact, and ultra lightweight starting at a mere 1.32 lbs, yet offering full Windows functionality for on-the-go users. The built-in GPS-functionality turns this unit into a Garmin Mobile® PC powered navigation system.

Basically, it is an updated version of U810 with Intel Atom processor. Add $300 more and you will get Windows Vista Business and 120GB HDD.

Here are Fujtisu U820 specifications: Continue reading “Fujitsu Introduces Fujitsu U820”