Fujitsu working on M2010 netbook?

March 21, 2009 at 1:48 pm

Fujitsu is planning to release the M2010 netbook in July this year according to UMPC Fever. All that has been revealed is a rather amateurish hand-drawn picture of the new model and therefore there is very limited information. The only reason this rumour has any kind of credibility is due to the fact that it was revealed by a forum member of the site, Codyyuen, who is a staff member of a Fujitsu distributor in Hong Kong.

The picture for the M2010 shows a rather standard (10-inch?) netbook design. So maybe Fujitsu is just following the herd. The original Fujitsu M1010 had rather average specifications with an 8.9-inch (1024 x 600) widescreen display powered by a 1.6GHZ N270 Intel Atom CPU and 1GB of RAM. It also came with a 60GB hard-disk drive, Bluetooth 2.1, 1.3MP webcam, 4-in-1 SD card reader and WiFi.

Via Portable Monkey.


3 Responses to “Fujitsu working on M2010 netbook?”

  1. Netbooks said:
    March 23rd, 2009 1:39 PM

    It seems that everyone is getting into the netbook game, but for what? So many netbooks are clones of one another with the same processor, HD sizes, sizes etc. I think that this point, a new netbook had better be different somehow, or it will just blend in with the rest of the pretty average netbooks.