Summary:

I’ve often lusted over the Fujitsu P1510D notebook; ever since the touch-screen enabled computer was paired with the Microsoft Tablet PC 2005 operating system, that is. Unfortunately for me, I can’t touch the device for two reasons: first, it lacks a PC card, which I need […]

P1510d I’ve often lusted over the Fujitsu P1510D notebook; ever since the touch-screen enabled computer was paired with the Microsoft Tablet PC 2005 operating system, that is. Unfortunately for me, I can’t touch the device for two reasons: first, it lacks a PC card, which I need for my EV-DO access. Secondly, the single micro-DIMM memory slot makes it very pricey to upgrade the memory.

Don’t let me spoil the party for you if you’re in the market for a 2.2 pound convertible Tablet PC with an 8.9-inch screen. Head over to MobileTechReview and see why they gave the P1510D a 4 out of 5 star rating in their hands-on review.

-kct

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