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Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 now available in US

02/02/2010, For those of us living Stateside and have been hankering after the Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 for a while now, you will be pleased to know that this device is now available for $999 – a dollar shy of one grand. Cheaper than its Japanese counterpart, the...

Fujitsu Threatens Apple Over iPad Name

01/29/2010, With all the flak Apple has gotten over the last 48 hours regarding the ‘iPad’ name, who’d have thought anybody would want to fight over that name? Well, it seems that Fujitsu does, especially since it launched its own iPad back in 2002....

Folli Follie Gold cellphone

01/25/2010, Fujitsu has teamed up with Greek jewelry retailer Folli Follie to roll out a special version of its F-02B cellphone, dubbing it the Folli Follie Gold. Needless to say, this is meant for those who want to be at the center of attention most of the time,...

Fujitsu FLEPia spotted at CES

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] We spotted the Fujitsu FLEPia at CES a few days ago, and unfortunately for those of us living Stateside, it won’t be making its way here anytime soon despite being available in Japan already. Initial impressions did seem pretty promising,...

Fujitsu LifeBook T900 tablet PC

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] Fujitsu’s LifeBook T900 tablet PC will target those who are always on the go and yet require something lightweight and powerful enough to handle their mobile computing tasks with aplomb. We aren’t talking about heavy duty gaming or...

Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 unveiled

01/09/2010, [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...

Fujitsu LifeBook S760 targets those on-the-road

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] If you tend to travel a whole lot and find yourself working on-the-road more often than at the office, then the Fujitsu LifeBook S760 ought to be your cup of tea. Tipping the scales at just 3.6 pounds, you get a 13.3″ widescreen HD...

Fujitsu MH380 also goes Pine Trail

12/21/2009, Is it us, or is Pine Trail more or less the next best thing since sliced bread with Fujitsu also unveiling their new MH380 Pine Trail-powered netbook? This version comes with a rather different design compared to conventional ones, boasting a very well...

Fujitsu Lifebook UH900 Spotted

12/20/2009, The folks over at Engadget have managed to come up with some pictures of Fujitsu’s petite looking UH900 Lifebook. With a price tag of $1,415, you might want to think twice before you order this laptop, not to mention that apparently the battery life...

Fujitsu tablets appear on FCC

12/18/2009, The FCC has gotten hold of another two Fujitsu tablets, where they are the LifeBook T5010 which is no stranger as well as the T900, also known as ‘Souther’. The latter will come armed with Intel’s new i7-620M Arrandale processor that...

Fujitsu monicaFC Keyboards

12/10/2009, If you’re looking for some colorful keyboards to make your desktop stand out, you could always check out Fujitsu’s latest monicaFC keyboards, which are available in 3 different colors (pink, blue and green). While Fujitsu generally has a...

FCC approves Fujitsu Lifebook UH900

12/09/2009, Can you still remember the Fujitsu Lifebook UH900 which we covered a week ago? Well, it has just undergone FCC testing, and has passed with flying colors which means we ought to be able to get our hands on it pretty soon. According to the FCC filing,...

Fujitsu LifeBook UH900

12/03/2009, Fujitsu has introduced their latest LifeBook – the UH900 which could probably be the smallest and lightest handheld PC to date from Fujitsu, measuring a mere 204mm x 106.5mm x 23.8mm while tipping the scales at just 500 grams. The form factor of the...

Fujitsu Office Delivery Robot

11/12/2009, Fujitsu has teamed up with the Yokohama National University and the University of Electro-Communications when it comes to developing an Office Delivery Robot. This bad boy is able to carry up items that weigh up to 20kg, relying on stereo vision, a laser...