Fujitsu's MH330 has only just been made official, but while we're waiting for the sub-1-inch netbook to be launched in North America and Europe, it's already on shelves in not only Singapore but Taiwan. NetbookNews grabbed some hands-on time, and first impressions are very positive: the soft-touch rubberized keyboard gets singled out for praise, as does the fact that Fujitsu have made the whole thing spill-resistant, and there's plenty of component access courtesy of various panels on the underside.
Video demo after the cut
That should come in handy if you want to upgrade at some point. Specs include an Intel Atom N450 processor, 10.1-inch 1024 x 600 display (sadly with quite a glossy finish) and WiFi b/g/n, so while the hardware may not particularly single the MH330 out from rivals, its form-factor might. MRSP is apparently roughly the equivalent of $500.