Conclusion: The quick way to describe the LifeBook UH900's keyboard is to say it's too small for touch typing and too big for thumb typing. The keys have a good typing feel, but they're petite and squeezed together -- the A through apostrophe keys that span eight inches on a desktop keyboard span 6.1 inches here. The cursor arrows are three-eighths of an inch square. You can cover the comma and period keys with a nickel.
Excerpt: It's designed to be a non-obtrusive, fully functional computer that you can discreetly use to check email and view presentations while on the road. However, the Fujitsu LifeBook UH900 is so small it's conspicuous; computers this small aren't frequently spotted out in public, and this one is bound to turn heads.