Hugo fondles the Vega and the new Fujitsu P1610 Tablet PC

Aussie Hugo Ortega must be living right these days because he’s been in geek heaven for a while.  First he got his hands on the Raon Digital Vega ultra-portable computer (long enough to shoot a couple of nice videos) and now has the first look at the next Fujitsu mini-tablet, the P1610.  The P1610 is the successor to the successful P1510D with the same form factor including the 8.9” touch screen but with some major additions.  First and foremost to me is the addition of not only a PC Card slot meaning I could use my EVDO card but also integrated 3G.  It is obvious that Fujitsu has been listening to critics of the P1510 and decided that wireless connectivity was a big deal to the road warriors that this form factor appeals to.  The P1610 also incorporates some sophisticated palm rejection technology that makes inking on the touch screen just like an active digitizer experience.  Kudos to Hugo for getting this scoop!  Head over and check out the video of the Fujitsu P1610 in action, it is one sweet device.

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