Honey, I Shrunk the Notebook PC

By Eric Grevstad | Posted May 28, 2010

When you hit the road to travel, do you like to keep it light? Take a look at the Fujitsu LifeBook UH900, the smallest Windows PC going. It fits easily into a jacket pocket and yet offers true notebook PC functionality...albeit at netbook powered performance. Check out the full review of this tiny engineering wonder at HardwareCentral.


Looking at a picture of the Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 on a bare table, you'd think it an odd contender in the notebook wars: What's with that relatively small screen centered in a big black bezel? Why is the keyboard layout so funky? Why are the USB ports on the front edge instead of the side or rear?

But put a few other objects in the picture for perspective -- a pen, a bunch of keys, maybe some pocket change -- and you'd realize with a start the Fujitsu is no ordinary notebook: It's tiny, about the size of your checkbook (4.2 by 8.3 by 1.1 inches), and ready to slip into a jacket pocket at just 1.1 pounds. The screen squeezes its high resolution into 5.6 diagonal inches. The space bar is 1.5 inches long.

Read the complete LifeBook UH900 notebook PC article

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