Summary: I bought mine used, on a whim for an obscenely low price and you would have to pry it away from me with a crowbar now. The size is perfect for my purposes--to carry to the mall in a small bag and hit a WiFi spot while the teenager hangs out. I can watch movies (including Netflix), read books from my various e-reader apps and check my email just fine. I have even run a digital TV tuner on it without overtaxing the system.
Summary: Great umpc(ultra mobile pc), very small. Only con is the vista installed slows this otherwise speedy umpc down. Buy the u810 with vista business and downgrade to windows xp, included with the business vista not home premium version. Keyboard is small but can be gotten used to. I was really impressed with this product would highly recommend to anyone looking for a small portable computer.
An Amazing Tiny Notebook, Once You Understand Its Purpose
S M "firepepper red", Amazon
17 October 2009
Summary: The Fujitsu U810 is a misunderstood machine. Some here are stating it is a glorified PDA while others think it is a terrible desktop replacement. This little guy is neither. What the Fujitsu really does is provide a full scale computing experience in a package that is less than half the size of current netbooks on the market.
Summary: I like this UMPC. it is small, extremely light weight and have all the features that I wanted: webcam, bluetooth, wifi, SD card reader, convertible tablet. It is a full functional PC. Yes, the screen is small and hard to read. The boot up speed is a pain. The CPU power is a drag. The trick is keep the PC standby at all time, and use the High performance setting. I used MSN video chat has no problem after using "High performance".
Summary: ok first thing first, this is not a pda its a Portable pc. second dont get this if your not a business man or a person who likes to travel alot. the features of this Portable laptop is amazing, from a light to touch screen to filp screen. its amazing. the only probelm that you will incounter is the lack of power that it offers. 800mhz processor speed. 1 gb of ram( which cannot be upgrade it.). the 40 Gb Hardrive( can be upgraded it to 60 gb.
Summary: I think the title says it all. It is a PDA. It is only good for travel. Do not think you are going to use this as a laptop.... not unless you wear supersonic magnification glasses. It does give great directions but of course you must subscribe to mobile internet to use the gps. I would rather buy a 99 dollar PDA or better yet get a free cell phone from a company with the same features.
Summary: I bought mine several months ago. I still like it very much. Vista Home is just too slow during start-up and program launch. Wished I spent a little more to get Vista Business so that I can downgrade it to Win XP tablet. It doesn't matter anymore anyways, I switched to Ubuntu 8.10 and have been quite happy with it. The screen is crisp, but probably not too small for long use.
Summary: I love my mini laptop. I can pull over to the side of the road and receive emails in an instant (with my wi-fi card). It is easier to type on than my Blackberry but not big enough to use as my sole computer. This is a great buy, reliable and quick. I'd buy one for each member of my family, if I could afford it.
After some time to adapt to its control, it is a marvellous PDA / UMPC
12 July 2008
Summary: This is never a general purpose notebook and every interested potential owner should know clear his/her own usage with this machine and judge whether this is suitable. For me, it fits my usage in excellent ways, as a portable ebook reader of any common format for English + Asian languages, a video players for all available formats, and for running some simple special purpose applications that only have the Windows version.