According to ITworld, Fujitsu have confirmed that they will be officially announcing their Amilo Mini netbook at the upcoming IFA trade show in Berlin. Little is known about the 8.9-inch budget ultraportable aside from that it runs Windows and has interchangeable colored casing plates.
Rumored pricing suggested a figure in the region of €300 to €400 (around $470 to $630). The Amilo Mini was tipped to launch in the Fall. IFA begins at the end of August.
It seems a fair assumption that the netbook will use Intel's Atom processor, but otherwise there's no word on whether Fujitsu have selected solid-state or traditional storage for their first entry into the segment. Unlike Dell's upcoming Inspiron 910, however, Fujitsu have managed to squeeze in a full row of function-keys.