Following up on yesterday's Fujitsu UH900 unboxing and quick impressions of the hardware, I rounded up some of my other gadgets for another one of those size comparison posts I can't seem to get enough of.
Take a look below to see the UH900 hamming it up beside devices like the Sony Vaio P, UMID BZ, and even its oldest sibling, the Fujitsu U810.
The UH900 most resembles the Vaio P with its long pocketbook shape, so we'll start with that.
Next is the Fujitsu U810, which the UH900 has very little in common with except for the pointer and mouse buttons. Whether or not it was really supposed to have been a convertible like its predecessors, the UH900 certainly looks like the adopted child in the U series family.
Here's the UH900 with the UMID M1 and UMID BZ. Notice how dark brown its casing is compared to the UMIDs (third and fifth photos below), a point I mentioned in my quick hardware impressions.
The length of the UH900 is similar to that of the Willcom/Sharp D4, so that's what you'll see next.
And now for an array of other gadgets. From top to bottom: Archos 5 Android Internet Tablet, HTC HD2, Kohjinsha PA, Kohjinsha SC3, Sharp NetWalker, and HTC Shift.
And finally, here's the UH900 with a Wii game case (standard DVD-size case), portable keyboard, and external DVD drive:
:: Visit the Fujitsu UH900 forum to connect with other owners, share tips, and troubleshoot ::
The Fujitsu UH900 is available as the LOOX U/G90 from Conics.net in several configurations.