To hear Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 is not a usual type of machine, it's a 5.6-inches wide computer which is powered by Intel Atom Z550 processor. A capacitive touch-screen enabled device in a 1280 x 800-pixels resolution weighing 17-ounces only. It is pretty small for a netbook and somehow I cannot compared it to some other ultra-portable device which posses the power of Atom technology.
LifeBook UH900 becomes available recently straight from the company website and folks from Pocketables get a chance to review this MID-sized computer showing some of its impressive features and benchmarked performance. Other specs includes a 30GB of solid-state drive and a 2GB of memory but you can check a full-detailed review on the following web address below after this cut.
Furthermore, the price of UH900 is currently starts at $849 and although it is pretty high for a typical netbook, a Windows 7 Home Premium resides to bring the most of its multi-touch capabilities. It is WiMAX-enabled device, with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivities.