[CES 2010] Multitouch seems to be the way forward in a myriad of devices, and Fujitsu does not let that fact escape them with the UH900 which tips the scales at just 1.1 pounds despite packing in in a 5.6″ bonded screen display with an Intel Atom Z Series processor running proceedings from within. In order to support multitouch, Windows 7 Home Premium is the operating system of choice. You can double this up as a GPS navigation system thanks to its integrated GPS receiver and Garmin GPS Navigation pre-loaded. Strangely enough, a 62GB SSD (why not 64GB?) was thrown into the mix to complement its Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, stereo microphone and an ECO button that helps prolong battery life. Expect to pick it up from next month onwards for $999. You will definitely have to retrain your fingers to work with its keyboard though since it is really, really small in comparison to netbooks that have grown in size over the years.
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