Dec 21 2009

Fujitsu Lifebook MH380 Takes Netbooks To The Next Level

Fujitsu‘s newest netbook rocks an Intel Atom N450 CPU in addition to a 7-hour battery life. Considering some of the other features it has on board, it could be a major contender in the netbook category.

Christened the LifeBook MH380, the netbook has a 10.1-inch 1366 x 768 pixel display, 5400 rpm 250 GB HDD, and USB-based file sharing software. The Fujitsu Lifebook MH380 comes in “Gorgeous Brown,” “Ivory White,” and “Diamond Black.” It features a 1.3 megapixel webam, Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 2.1.

While, like most netbooks, it won’t have an optical drive, the Fujitsu netbook comes with software that allows it to acces the drive of a desktop PC. The US version will run Windows 7 Starter Edition and come with a 60-day trial of Microsoft Office Home and Student.

Paul Moore says the new Fujitsu LifeBook MH380 will be a game changer:

“The LifeBook MH380 mini-notebook represents the next generation in this class of product. Users will experience better performance while maintaining a very lightweight affordable PC.”

It sounds great for now, but I’ll hold off on making a judgement on just how awesome this thing is until I see pricing information.

Via WindowsForDevices.

1 Comments on this post


  1. Fujitsu Lifebook Release Roundup | wrote:

    […] Fujitsu is a brand that doesn’t seem to garner much attention in the American consumer market. Still, it has been known for making sleek products and appealing to more of a high-end/business user-base. ┬áSo without much fanfare, Fujitsu officially announced the LifeBook T900 Tablet PC and pricing for the LifeBook UH900. […]

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