LifeBook U810 was not as configurable as it is today. At the time of this writing, currently available and upcoming options include built-in WWAN, solid state disks, operating systems, colors, and HDD size.
What follows are the specs of the base unit, which I purchased directly from Fujitsu about a month after it began shipping and is the subject of this review.
Additional accessories, such as a dock and several cases (including the executive leather portfolio), are available separately from Fujitsu and other retailers. There are also a number of unofficial case alternatives that work well with the U810 such as the Tumi T-Tech Flow accessory tote and Elecom ZeroShock III portable CD/DVD drive case. Design
The convertible notebook form factor adopted by the handtop is one that is immediately recognizable to just about everyone. There are several thoughtful elements present that bring innovation to an otherwise familiar design (more on this later), but in general, the U810 looks exactly like a typical laptop or tablet PC, just in miniature form.
Intel Processor A110 800MHz Intel 945GU Express Chipset Windows Vista 5.6" WSVGA Crystal View display with passive touch screen 1GB DDR2 400MHz SDRAM memory 40GB (4200 rpm) hard drive 10/100 Ethernet (with included cable) Atheros Super AG Wireless LAN (802.11a/b/g) Integrated Bluetooth wireless Integrated Fingerprint Sensor and embedded TPM 1 x USB SD slot Type I/II Compact Flash slot Microphone and headphone jack Main battery: 4-cell Lithium-Ion (5200 mAh, rated up to 5.5 hours) Dimensions: 6.73”(W) x 6”(D) x 1.26”(H) Weight: 1.8lbs with 4-cell battery