The NY Times briefly reviews the Fujitsu Lifebook P1500 and writes The tiny Fujitsu LifeBook P1500 looks a lot like a regular tablet PC, one of those adaptable computers with a screen that can be flipped to function as a touch-screen writing tablet. But to keep the cost down, this one runs on the standard Windows XP Pro operating system rather than the version of Windows that is customized for tablets.
The notebook has a relatively small display, at 8.9 inches, and a somewhat cramped keyboard, but as it weighs just 2.2 pounds, you’re unlikely to find a more portable model. Fujitsu offers an optional port replicator ($135) for those who want to use the notebook as a desktop PC.
For now I’m very happy with my Gateway 250 notebook. It’s 5lbs but there is no cramped keyboard and the screen is lovely. (end of post)
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