Released in the 1990s, the Point 510 from Fujitsu Personal Systems, Inc. was a low-cost Windows 95-compatible pen tablet computer with a 10.4" SVGA DSTN display. Along with a 100 MHz processor and integrated communications features, the Point 510 was intended to be used for mobile decision support applications. The Point 510 features a pressure-sensitive resistive digitizer which allows temporary use with a fingernail or other pointing object if the pen is misplaced or lost. The Point 510 features 8 MB of high-performance EDO RAM memory. Maximum memory capacity is 56 MB through two DIMM slots. The Point 510 uses an internal 2.5" hard disk with a 1.6 GB capacity.
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