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Fujitsu Launches the M2010 mini Notebook with Atom Processor in the US
      #33390 - 06/02/09 12:44 PM

Today is a netbook day! After Toshiba just announced its first netbook, the Toshiba mini NB205, Fujitsu introduced the the Fujitsu M2010 mini-notebook, its first netbook-class mini for the North American market. The 10.1-inch M2010 features a mercury-free backlit display and weighs 2.5 pounds. With a durable design, Fujitsu targets the education market as well as mobile professionals with the new netbook. Comes in glossy ruby red, the Fujitsu M2010 mini-notebook can withstand being casually tucked into handbags, messenger bags and backpacks.



Here is more info about the Fujitsu M2010 mini-notebook:

"The Fujitsu M2010 mini-notebook stands out from other netbook-class mini-notebooks with features including easy expandability up to 2 GB, three USB ports rather than the standard two ports, stereo speakers, digital microphone, Bluetooth and a quick 50-second start-up.



The Fujitsu M2010 features:

-Portable at 2.5 pounds, stylish with a durable, non-painted, glossy ruby red finish, environmentally friendly with a 10.1-inch WSVGA mercury-free backlit display, and ENERGY STAR qualified.

-Powered by Intel Atom Processor, 160 GB 5400 rpm hard drive, and Microsoft Windows XP Home, the Fujitsu M2010 mini-notebook is ideal for the K-12 education market and mobile professional.

-Easy user expandable memory from standard 1 GB DDR2 memory to 2 GB.

- Digital microphone along with two-watt-per-channel stereo speakers and integrated webcam for recording/listening to webcasts or podcasts.

-Comfortable typing experience with a 90 percent keyboard.

- Offers three USB ports rather than the standard two found in other netbook-class notebooks.

- Standard Bluetooth technology provides for wireless personal area network communication with other Bluetooth-compatible devices.

- Atheros Wireless LAN and wireless LAN antenna helps assure a solid connection.

-Standard three-cell battery delivers 2.5 hours of computing or double it with an optional six-cell battery.

- Get up and running quickly with a 50-second boot-up.

The Fujitsu M2010 netbook is priced starting at $449 for a fixed configuration. Available immediately through the Fujitsu America website and select retailers/e-tailers."




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