Sunday, August 31, 2008

Fujitsu LifeBook P1630 hits FCC

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Hmm.. Nothing that major compared to earlier models..


8.9 inch 1280 x 768 touch screen
Intel Core2 Duo SU9400 1.4Ghz
Intel GMA X4500
Up to 2GB RAM
Wifi, Bt and LAN
Fingerprint reader
PCMCIA, SD, VGA out and 2 x USB
232mm x 167mm x 37mm, 1000g

Manual and test reports available..

Thanks FCC

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Anonymous said...

Wow...that's it for the p1630? I had high expectations for the next update to the p1620.

Anonymous said...

still expensive & get lousy battery life?

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Anonymous said...

This is a solid upgrade, especially with the X4500 graphics. Some have complained about Vista on the P1610 and P1620, but the X4500 graphics should address all of those issues.

Will be interesting to see the battery life and price. Better chipset and CPU, and the display should use less power as well.

If I had a P1610, would definitely be worth an upgrade (well depending on price). P1620 gets a little dicey.

Anonymous said...

crazy spec, crazy price too got to be

Unknown said...

Wow, what a nice netbook. I'm not sure how I feel about using either the nub or screen for pointing. I'm too used to a touchpad to give it up for good. Also, I'd still want an SSD, even if it is smaller capacity.

But I hope this is the direction that netbooks go, same form factor but with more power.

Lastly, it can only ouput 1280x1024 external? That seems really low, is that the video card limitation?

Anonymous said...

Dual-mode digitizer or no sale.

Anonymous said...

PCMCIA?! No ExpressCard??

Anonymous said...

definitely more powerful than most of the netbooks, yet similar in size
crossing fingers for 6+ hrs battery life

Anonymous said...

Reading the user manual it says the standard battery is 3 cell but there is an optional 6 cell 5200mA battery as well.

The manual also makes clear you can use your finger as well as the stylus for the touchscreen. That's important to me since there is no touch pad. Effectively this makes the whole screen a multitouch fingerpad as well, which is great.

Now roll on the price and please let availability in Hong Kong be before 29 Oct as that's the day I'll be there !

Anonymous said...

If specs as above, I see no reason to upgrade my 1610 running XP! Not enough difference for cost.

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