Summary: While the UMPCs that we all used to know and love are pretty much extinct, there are still a few companies out there in the world that know there's a niche market that's still interested in them. The LOOX F-07C by Fujitsu might not be the best one we've ever seen; it's a phone and a PC, so there are obvious limitations on either end. But I think it's enough to spur on another generation of UMPCs, especially since Windows 8 is right around the corner.
Fujitsu LOOX F-07C – impractical, but really impressive – review
6 October 2011
Conclusion: All in all, the Fujitsu LOOX F-07C is a pretty interesting device, and it’s pretty cool having Windows in your pocket. However, just like is the case with other cool devices, this one is only available in Japan, at a pretty insane price of $800 – I would just get a smaller Android smartphone AND a Windows netbook for the price, but kudos to Fujitsu for diversifying the market!
Fujitsu Loox F-07C: Windows 7 PC / smartphone hybrid pictures and hands-on
4 October 2011
Excerpt: Back in July, Fujitsu detailed the Windows 7-powered Loox F-07C and Pocket-lint has managed to get up close and personal with the device over in Tokyo, where it is now available. Now, we know what you're thinking - that we've made a typo in that opening sentence, missing out the word "Phone" between "Windows" and "7". But no, we haven't. The Fujitsu Loox F-07C is a PC dressed in smartphone's clothing. You're now probably asking yourself, "why, just why?