The Fujitsu UH900 that became available in the US a few weeks ago in a single configuration is also now shipping from Conics.net (as the Japanese LOOX U/G90) with some additional options for buyers to choose from. The most notable of these is undoubtedly the faster 2.0GHz Intel Atom processor, which is what I have inside the UH900 that arrived at Pocketables HQ this afternoon.
I've got a full review of the UH900 planned, as well as a couple of other articles, so let's get started with an unboxing that includes a few teaser shots of the hardware and those requisite size comparisons.
This may not be the case with the American model, but the Japanese version of the Fujitsu UH900 is packaged in a brown cardboard box that can be used for shipping.
As you can see above, mine was covered in stickers, shipping documents, and adhesive that ripped the box when I tried to remove it (the other side of the box looks much worse than this).
Fujitsu is obviously a believer of the "it's what on the inside that counts" saying, as the packaging does nothing to impress the buyer right off the bat. I know a lot of technophiles save their gadget boxes but unless the device will be resold somewhere down the road, this box is definitely a disposable item.
Inside the box of my Japanese unit are Japanese product manuals (English manuals here) and Windows 7 discs, AC adapter and power cord, spare pointer cap, stylus-lanyard, and VGA/LAN adapter cable.
Even though cases are rarely bundled with gadgets these days, I'm still disappointed when one isn't included.
Stay tuned for more coverage and a full review of the UH900 here at Pocketables.
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The Fujitsu UH900 is available now in several configurations from Conics.net.