Pros form factor, sturdy design, give up very little, touch screen works great
Cons tight keyboard, 1 DDR Bay, no optical drive
Summary I am a PC enthusiest and did alot of homework before making my purchase. I heard mostly great reviews about this unit, mostly within the context of an ultra portable and that you give up this and that so dont expect much. Well, if you are realistic, i think that all you sacrefice with this unit is keyboard space. I dont mind as i actually like not having to move my fingers around alot so it works well.
The performance is impressive. Everything is smooth and fast. The screen is bright and sharp. I think the most advice i can give to anyone looking at this model and reads the many reviews out there i would advise that the handwriting recognition, and the touch screen work excellent. I do not know what planet they are on but i have experienced no lags and nothing but accurate bliss. There are many options to scroll pages and so forth so there is alot of flexibility. Much more usable than my previuos tablets.
The sound is actually decent and streaming media is as good as my big notebook. One drawback is that it only has one SDRAM Bay so get the 512 from the start. As for it having no optical drive, if you are like me and have another computer you often travel with or dont plan on installing software on the road, this will do. You do NOT have to buy the USBoptical drive from fujitsu as any will do.
Very well thought out design, sturdy, and all the features you are looking for in your pocket. It is about the same form factor as a DVD rental case from blockbuster except thicker. If you are looking for an ultra portable and want to go up to a gig of RAM and optical drive, get the P7120 and it has a GREAT display.
This is an ultra ultra portable i must stress.
Pros Great product
Cons No documentation, tutorials don't fit on the screen
Summary Great little product (second Fujitsu for me), BUT found that there was very little documentation, and that the tablet tutorials from Microsoft don't fit on the screen of the P 1510D so there is no way for someone to learn tablet features and functionality. Tech support couldn't help, escalated problem.
Pros They fixed my computer free when it was three years past guarantee. No questions.
Cons Don't know - perhaps it could weigh less
Summary I'm a Fujitsu fan -- their service is fantastic. I had a LifeBook and loved it -- it's five years old and going strong.
Pros very light, mobile, touch screen, good battery life, built-in microphone
Cons small keyboard, no DVD drive, no camera
Summary I love this little computer. I do everything with it that I do with any other large PC. Having 1 GB of RAM definitely helps. The biggest advantage for this laptop is the tiny size. I basically carry it around with me everywhere I go. People always stop to ask me if this is a COMPLETE or a fully functional PC and whether it can run this or that. The convertible factor is a great convenience. It is also great that can you use anything like finger or back of a pen with the touch screen
Pros Tiny, good battery life, decent performance, did I mention SMALL? Touch screen
Cons Touch screen not terribly accurate, insanely expensive micro-DIMM memory upgrade
Summary I have been using my P1510D (60 GB model) for the last year, and it comes in handly for a plethora of uses. It is my primary machine for work (I am a teacher), where I use it for keeping grades, typing worksheets and doing presentations. I also show lots of video clips and the performance is satisfactory. Decent Wifi range for such a small device. I hardly ever use it in tablet mode, because the digitizer is not terribly accurate. It is handy to use for quick jobs, like student seating charts and the like. It will have a place in my gear kit for the foreseeable future!