u-blox technology in latest Fujitsu ultra-mobile notebook

Mar 2010 | No Comment

Fujitsu has integrated u-blox’ GPS technology in their ultra-mobile notebook with street navigator. The LifeBook UH900 mini-notebook with 5.6” multi-touch screen display is packed with features, pre-loaded with Garmin Mobile PC navigation software and has a built-in u-blox’ NEO-5Q GPS module. The palm-sized device weighs a little over one pound

“The LifeBook UH900 running Windows 7 is a perfect example of the next generation of portable, NEO-5Q GPS modulehigh-performance, location-aware consumer products,” said Adrian Tan, General Manager of u-blox Asia. “Fujitsu’s latest ultra-mobile notebook capitalizes on u-blox’ seamless compatibility with the Windows 7 Sensor and Location platform.”

The LifeBook UH900 is now available in North America and Asia. Configurations may vary by region.

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