Fujitsu's endearing diminutive LifeBook UH900 UMPC has been spotted whipping through the FCC [pdf link], presumably ahead of its launch in the US. The filing tests the compact clamshell's Atheros WiFi b/g/n networking card, together with its Bluetooth chipset, though there's no mention of any integrated 3G card being profiled.
Fujitsu have always been partial to tiny computers - the LifeBook U8x0 series still rank as some of the most appealing UMPCs around - and their latest model certainly looks endearing at first glance. The Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 has a more traditional clamshell form-factor than the mini-convertibles in the company's back-catalog, but more than makes up with it with a 5.6-inch sunlight-readable WXGA multitouch display, 62GB SSD and optional integrated 3.5G WWAN.
Update: Pricing and more photos added after the cut
If you thought you'd seen it all in Nokia's Vision of 2015 video, book a flight to Tokyo and stop by Fujitsu's offices there. They haven't seen to have got the memo that modular, wirelessly-connected mobile phones with integrated pico-projectors are meant to be the stuff of futurology, not fact, and as such have produced a working version of their F-04B cellphone. Akihabara have been for a play, and claim it's a brilliant multifunctional device.
It's not just the LOOX C CULV notebooks new from Fujitsu today; the company have also outed a number of desktops and notebooks, some supporting multitouch touchscreens. The range kicks off with the TV-alike Fujitsu F-Series, a range of 2.53GHz Core 2 Duo P8700 all-in-ones with either 20-inch 1600 x 900 or 23-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD multitouch displays. Meanwhile the Fujitsu F/ER-Series desktops are specially-customized versions of the F-range, intended for elderly users whom the company hopes will find its tweaked UI more usable.
Fujitsu Japan have announced their first CULV based ultraportable, in the shape of the 11.6-inch FMV LOOX C. The new notebook offers a choice of Intel 1.2GHz Celeron SU2300 or 1.4GHz Core 2 Duo SU9400 processors, paired with the GS45 Express chipset and GMA 4500MHD graphics driving the 1,366 x 768 display.
Update: Fujitsu Europe have just announced the same CULV ultraportables as the Lifebook P3310, which will arrive in Europe, Middle East and Asia from November 9th in Ruby Red. A second version, with 3G/UMTS connectivity, will arrive from November 23rd in black and silver. Full press release after the cut.
Fujitsu have outed two new notebooks, the AMILO Pi 3560 and 3660, with optional Blu-ray, HDMI connectivity and NVIDIA GeForce GT240M 1GB graphics. The AMILO Pi 3560 has a choice of 15.6 or 16-inch 16:9 LED-backlit displays, while the AMILO Pi 3660 has an 18.4-inch 16:9 display; both have standard WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth.
Fujitsu have announced their latest ultraportable, the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK P8110, a 12.1-inch WXGA notebook with integrated 3G/UMTS, WiFi and Bluetooth. Based on Intel's 1.6GHz Core 2 Duo SU9600 processor with up to 4GB of RAM and an optional 128GB SSD, the P8110 can apparently last for over seven hours on a single battery charge.
Lenovo isn't the only manufacturer with multitouch on their mind; Fujitsu have just announced an update to their LifeBook T5010 that adds two-finger touch sensitivity to the convertible notebook. The LifeBook T5010's 13.3-inch display will now support pinch-zoom, rotate and other two-finger gestures in Windows 7, as well as more traditional pen-input using an active digitizer.
Fujitsu have outed two new Tablet PCs, the T4410 and T4310, and their most significant boast is that each uses a 12-inch Wacom multitouch-capable display. As well as the gesture-friendly screens there's an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, HDMI and FireWire 400.
Video demo after the cut