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.
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