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Fujitsu Unveils M2010 Netbook line; The First Impression is Good!


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M2010 Netbook line is the second netbook range from Fujitsu after LOOX M netbook was released in Japan earlier this month.

The new Fujitsu M2010 targets business users.

The Fujitsu M2010 with four stylish colours - Diamond Black, Fiery Red, Ivory White and Salsa Purple measures just 25.8 by 18.9 cm and weighs only slightly over 1kg slips effortlessly into any handbag.

M2010 is packed with the full ThinkFree Mobile Office Suite where you will have the power to edit and create essential documents, spreadsheets and slides at your fingertips.

M2010 netbook sports 10.1-inch WSVGA screen with back-light LED Glare technology for a clear viewing experience whether you are indoors or outdoors, featuring 16:9 ratio and an excellent 1024 by 576 pixels resolution, and a 200 nits brightness and 400:1 Contrast Ratio.

So watching your favourite movie or video-conferencing while on-the-go can now be such sheer visual indulgence with the M2010.

Boosted by the Intel Atom processor 1.6GHz N270 and 1.66 GHz N280 and the Intel 945 GSE Chipset with a huge 160GB Hard Disk and a 1GB RAM of DDR2 and 533MHz, the M2010 delivers processing speed and capacity as you like it.

It provides ultimate connectivity, Bluetooth v2.1 for effortless file transfers or sync calendar with your mobile phone, a built-in 1.3 mega pixel web camera with digital microphone and stereo speakers for excellent video conferencing.

The netbook will be available soon! The netbook will apparently cost about $650!

Engadget Chinese could have its hands on this netbook that has just been launched in Hong Kong.

The folk there think that although the upgrade is not too much compared to previous versin 9-in M1010, it is totally a pretty good netbook. Especially, it is with Super Multi-Layer and Fujitsu 2.4G wireless mouse bundle. However, they are not verysatisfied from the keyboard. They think it is yet a bit small although the upgraded netbook is bigger than the predecessor.

Engadgrt reports that:

You will apparently get a bundled DVD burner and wireless mouse with it, which makes the nearly $650 price tag at least a tad more reasonable.

What do you think? Do you agree with Engadget?

Other features include:

Wireless: 802.11b / g,

Operating System: Windows XP Home Edition

Ports: 3USB 2.0; VGA; RJ45; Audio-in; Audio-Out

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