Fujitsu Want You To Touch Their UH900 Many Times

If you've been hanging out for a mini-notebook that supports Windows 7's new multi-touch features on a 5.6-inch screen (and who hasn't, really?), Fujitsu has a new Lifebook just for you: the UH900.

In addition to its 5.6-inch, 1280 x 800 pixel touchscreen, the UH900 weighs just 500 grams, measures in at 20.4cm x 10.65cm x 2.38cm and is powered by an Atom Z530 processor. There are 2GB RAM standard, as well as a 62GB SSD and built in HSPA connectivity.

But it all comes at a cost - $2,099, to be precise, which places it in the "way too expensive to be a real netbook" compartment. It's crazy - I thought netbooks were meant to be cheaper?


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