The Fujitsu LifeBook P1610 offers portability and connectivity


Fujitsu PC Australia offers embedded HSDPA in an ultra-portable tablet PC form factor

LifeBook P1610 offers new found freedom portability and connectivity.

Australia, Sydney, 18 September, 2007 ? Fujitsu PC Australia today announced the release of LifeBook P1610 with embedded HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access), extending their HSDPA-embedded notebook PC range to a tablet PC form factor.

Imagine not having to search for Wi-Fi hotspots and/or LAN ports when you only have ten precious minutes before rushing to your next meeting. Or not having cables, additional drivers or portable modems sticking out of your notebook PCs and adding to your burden.

Even better, imagine wireless connection on a stylishly- and intelligently-designed notebook PC anytime and anywhere you may need. All users need to do is to subscribe to the service provided by their local Telco and slot in a SIM card into the notebook PC. This is as close as anyone can possibly and realistically get to the goals of true mobile freedom.

The petite LifeBook P1610 adds excitement to the ultra-portable PC market with its amazingly light weight of only about 1 kilogram. It also features an 8.9-inch WXGA transflective LCD, which, with the convenience of its bi-directional hinge, can be easily converted for use as a tablet PC. In addition, features like touch screen LCD which provides easy navigation, and pen input capabilities make this machine an even more functional tool.

Finally, in order to provide users with complete communications technology the LifeBook P1610 with HSDPA with also comes with Windows Vista®, Bluetooth® and Wireless  A/B/G connectivity.

Source: Fujitsu