All this talk of notebooks, netbooks, and everything in between, tells us that the market is definitely growing. Even earlier today we saw Fujitsu get another LifeBook get outed by the FCC, and sure enough, here’s another one. Going strong, and that’s the way we like to see it. This time around, we’ve got the real deal, with some standard features that may get the notebook fans out there excited. Or, maybe the 10.1-inch display and Atom N450 processor is just too run-of-the-mill for you.
The Fujitsu LifeBook MH330 is less than an inch thick though, so that has to count for something. The notebook is powered by the Atom N450 processor (1.66GHz, 512 L2 Cache, at 667MHz) and is packing a 250GB hard drive. As mentioned above, it features a 10.1-inch WSVGA, 1024×600 resolution, backlit LED display. It’s also rocking a 400:1 contrast ratio. It’s also got dual built-in speakers, so you should get some pretty good sound quality from them.
Connectivity and features wise, you’re looking at Bluetooth 2.1, a five-in-one card reader, and it’s got WiFi 802.11 b/g/n. As we said, it’s about as standard as you get, but of course, if it didn’t have any of these features, we probably wouldn’t even be talking about it, now would we? If you’re in Singapore, you can knock yourself out right now, but there isn’t any word when this thin mini-notebook might show up on our shores. Over there, the pricing is about equal to $500.
[via Far East Gizmos]