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Fujitsu-Siemens LifeBook U810
Fujitsu-Siemens LifeBook U810 (LifeBook U Serie)
Intel Mobile A A110 1 x 0.8 GHz, Stealey
5.60 Zoll 16:9, 1024 x 600 Pixel
700 g, Netzteil: 0 g



Bewertung: 73.17% - Befriedigend
Durchschnitt von 6 Bewertungen (aus 8 Tests)
Preis: 80%, Leistung: 58%, Ausstattung: 80%, Bildschirm: 90% Mobilität: 77%, Gehäuse: 85%, Ergonomie: 80%, Emissionen: - %

Testberichte für das Fujitsu-Siemens LifeBook U810

70% Fujitsu LifeBook U810 (WWAN)
Quelle: PC Mag Englisch EN→DE
Since the introduction of the Fujitsu LifeBook U810, a flurry of affordable ultramobile PCs (UMPC) such as the ASUS EeePC 900 and the HP 2133 Mini-Note, targeting those who wouldn't want to pay the four-digit price tag for an ultraportable, has entered the scene. Fujitsu has gone and updated the U810, adding one very compelling feature for frequent travelers—a built-in cellular modem (AT&T's HSDPA). The Fujitsu U810 (WWAN) ultramobile PC is more accessible to the Web now that it comes with an HSDPA modem, though the $200 up-sell might turn customers off.
3.5 von 5, Mobilität sehr gut
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 10.06.2008
Bewertung: Gesamt: 70% Mobilität: 90%
60% Fujitsu U810 Ultraportable Tablet Review
Quelle: Laptop Logic Englisch EN→DE
Fujitsu managed to cover the right areas in bringing out a balanced UMPC that takes the key features of a tablet and laptop computer and blend them together into a very versatile and unique UMPC device. It’s certainly not perfect with its sluggish performance, lack of ports and expandability so don’t look for it to replace your notebook computer anytime soon. With its best in class keyboard and touch screen capabilities, this is definitely one of the better UMPCs out on the market, but there’s certainly a lot of room to improve upon. You’ll also either love or hate the utilitarian styling. Rather than leading the pack for UMPCs, the Fujitsu falls behind its competition with its sluggish performance. Using a slow mobile processor designed for small devices in the first place, and then expecting it to perform smoothly under Vista, is like a total oxymoron. Hopefully Fujitsu will smarten up and include a real processor to power this device. For those looking for a compact, flexible computer solution, this is worth a check out, but if you don’t mind having something bigger, I’d go for a real tablet PC or ultra-portable laptop.
3 von 5, Ergonomie gut, Verarbeitung gut, Mobilität mangelhaft, Leistung schlecht
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 05.02.2008
Bewertung: Gesamt: 60% Leistung: 40% Mobilität: 50% Gehäuse: 80% Ergonomie: 80%
Fujitsu LifeBook U810 Review
Quelle: Hardware Central Englisch EN→DE
The U810 doesn't pretend to be suitable for everybody. But if you need more power than you can get with a PDA or smartphone but can't stand the idea of carrying a full-sized notebook, the Fujitsu could be exactly the mobile computer you need.
Mobilität gut
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 02.01.2008
Bewertung: Mobilität: 80%
Fujitsu U810 Sub-Laptop Mini Review
Quelle: Tom's Guide Englisch EN→DE
A power user’s machine, the U810 is not. Instead, it is exactly what it sets out to be: namely an ultra-mobile PC. To that end, it works as advertised providing users with enough power to handle office applications in a convertible notebook. In terms of how the U810 sizes up in the small computing device space, it fits somewhere between a Blackberry Curve and a small notebook (for example, Fujitsu’s T2010). Though it’s small, it still has a bigger screen than a Blackberry and a bigger keyboard, too. That said, the U810 only has basic Wi-Fi and does not have a wireless broadband capability so the device just won’t connect into as many places as a Blackberry will. Oh, and a U810 costs up to four times more than a Blackberry Curve. The U810’s small keyboard with its double-mapped keys could present a challenge to those not used to a small keyboard, but it is still somewhat larger than a Blackberry’s thumb pad. Throw in the U810’s tablet functionality and you’ve got a small device that is very usable.
Leistung mäßig, Mobilität gut
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Mittel, Datum: 20.12.2007
Bewertung: Leistung: 60% Mobilität: 80%
70% Fujitsu LifeBook U810
Quelle: PC Mag Englisch EN→DE
Handheld PCs will eventually dominate the world. Is that an absurd claim? Well, maybe not—though it's not likely in the near future, or at their current prices. Yet despite a market that's been particularly tough on Ultra Mobile PCs (UMPCs), more and more PC manufacturers continue to launch these tiny devices, which can run a full-blown version of Windows. The Fujitsu LifeBook U810 is another such device that follows in the steps of the OQO model 02, the Sony VAIO VGN-UX180P, and the Vulcan FlipStart E-1001S. It's a 1.5-pound handheld that you can thumb-type with, try to touch-type with, and write on using a stylus. The twist that makes the U810 so compelling is that its price is set at a relatively low $999 (direct).
From a design standpoint, the 1.5-pound U810 will draw oohs and ahhs when seen by itself, but less so when compared with the OQO model 02 or the Sony UX180P.
3.5 von 5, Mobilität sehr gut, Leistung gut
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 25.10.2007
Bewertung: Gesamt: 70% Leistung: 80% Mobilität: 90%
80% First UK review: Fujitsu LifeBook U810
Quelle: Tech Advisor Englisch EN→DE
Instead of calling the Fujitsu LifeBook U810 an ultraportable or ultramobile portable PC, Fujitsu calls it a mini-notebook, which might be more of a marketing term than a specific product category. Fujitsu has taken a Windows PC (users can decide whether to have Vista or XP preinstalled) and shrunk it as much as possible so it can be carried around much more easily than a standard or an ultralight notebook. The convertible design lets the Fujitsu LifeBook U810 be used as a notebook (with a keyboard) or - by swiveling the screen - a tablet. It's currently available in the US, and starts from only $1,000 (£500), which makes it well-priced indeed. The little Fujitsu LifeBook U810 may weigh just 0.7kg, but it's a heavyweight in terms of the features Fujitsu has packed into it, including Intel's A110 processor (800MHz, 512KB of Layer 2 cache and a 400MHz front-side bus); 1GB of system memory;
(von 5): 4, Verarbeitung 4.5, Ausstattung 4
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Sehr kurz, Datum: 22.10.2007
Bewertung: Gesamt: 80% Ausstattung: 80% Gehäuse: 90%
90% Fujitsu LifeBook U810 Tablet PC First Look Review
Quelle: Englisch EN→DE
When Fujitsu announced the LifeBook U810 mini Tablet PC, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it and guess what, we just got one in our office. This tiny tablet is amazing. I can't say it would be a permanent replacement to a full-size tablet or notebook, but it is a great travel companion. It runs on Intel's A110 processor and has a 40GB hard drive. The 5.6-inch WSVGA display is small, but still up to Fujitsu's standards, meaning it looks great. The U810 is a solid little tablet. The chassis is sturdy and I didn't notice any flex. The mini-keyboard has a little flex, which reminded me of the LifeBook T2010.
Overall I am impressed with the U810. It has a nice array of features including one USB 2.0, docking connector, headphone jack, microphone jack, a Type I/II Compact Flash slot and Smart Card slot.
sehr gut, Display sehr gut, Ausstattung gut, Mobilität gut
User-Test, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 10.10.2007
Bewertung: Gesamt: 90% Ausstattung: 80% Bildschirm: 90% Mobilität: 80%
69% Fujitsu LifeBook U810 (Vista Home Premium)
Quelle: CNet Englisch EN→DE
The Fujitsu LifeBook U810 skirts the line between an ultraportable convertible tablet and a UMPC (that's ultramobile PC, if you haven't been paying attention). We've always liked UMPCs in theory--shrinking a laptop down in size to something you can almost pocket--but these systems, including the OQO model 02 and the Sony VAIO UX390, shed so much usability and so many features along the way that they are more like souped-up smart phones than actual computers. There's only so much one can do with a BlackBerry-style thumb keypad or, worse, an onscreen keyboard. And, sadly, they've been priced more like computers than smart phones. The new $999 LifeBook U810 takes a different approach, mimicking a traditional laptop's design, shrunk down to a 5.6-inch swiveling touch screen, along with a fairly full-featured keyboard, fingerprint reader, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi (but no mobile broadband yet).
(von 10): 6.9, Leistung 5, Ausstattung 8, Mobilität 7, Preis/Leistung gut
Einzeltest, online verfügbar, Lang, Datum: 19.09.2007
Bewertung: Gesamt: 69% Preis: 80% Leistung: 50% Ausstattung: 80% Mobilität: 70%


Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 950: Integrierter (onboard) Grafikchip auf Mobile Intel 945GM/C/Z/ME/ML Chipsätzen und Nachfolger des GMA 900. Kein Hardware T&L (für manche Spiele benötigt). Für Spiele kaum geeignet.

3D Spiele sind auf diesen Vertretern nur in Ausnahmen spielbar, grundsätzlich sind die Grafiklösungen hierfür jedoch nicht geeignet. Office Programme und Internet surfen dürfte jedoch ohne Problem möglich sein.

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Intel Mobile A: Abgespeckter Celeron-M Core für UMPCs.


Celeron-M Variante mit Dothan Kern und sehr geringer Taktrate. Quasi Vorgänger der Atom CPU.

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5.60": Der Display ist relativ groß für Smartphones. Diese Display-Größe wird für Smartphones sehr häufig verwendet.

Große Bildschirmgrößen ermöglichen höhere Auflösungen und/oder man Details besser erkennen (zB größere Schrift). Kleinere Display-Diagonalen dagegen verbrauchen weniger Energie, sind oft billiger und ermöglichen handlichere, leichtere Geräte.» Prüfen Sie in unserer DPI Liste, welche Displays wie fein aufgelöst sind.

0.7 kg:

In diesem Gewichtsbereich gibt es hauptsächlich größere Tablets und Convertibles.

Fujitsu-Siemens: Fujitsu Limited, ist ein japanischer Technologiekonzern mit 161.000 (März 2007) Mitarbeitern weltweit, dessen Ursprünge ins Jahr 1935 zurückreichen. Schwerpunkte der Produkte und Dienstleistungen sind Informationstechnologie, Telekommunikation, Halbleiter und Netzwerke. 1999 startete dieZusammenarbeit mit Siemens im IT-Bereich (Server, Notebooks, Desktop-PCs, etc.) unter der Marke Fujitsu-Siemens. 10 Jahre später endete diese Kooperation. FSC gehörte zu den grösseren internationalen Herstellern mit besonders hohen Marktanteilen in Deutschland.

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Geräte mit der selben Bildschirmgröße und/oder ähnlichem Gewicht

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Autor: Stefan Hinum (Update:  9.07.2012)