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Fujitsu P1610 Tablet Review - Fujitsu P1610 Tablet Review
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Looking at the system we can see that it is quite compact, roughly 9" x 6.5" x 1.25" in fact. At the time of it's release there were not many notebooks this size (there still aren't), but we should see more on the way as system's like Asus' Eee and VIA's Nanobook, both of which debuted at Computex this year, start to surface. The 8.9" LCD makes for a computer that is significantly smaller than what we commonly refer to as an ultraportable (for example Thinkpad X60s, Sony TX, or Dell's D420). This means an undersized keyboard and limited functions on the computer, though make no mistake about it- the P1610 is a full-fledged stand-alone system. Being a tablet the LCD can open like a laptop or, once opened, rotate and be folded down.
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