Fujitsu today announced their own netbook called the M2010. The Fujitsu M2010 is geared towards students from K-12 and mobile professionals, but can it distinguish itself from the myriad of other netbooks out there?
The M2010 runs an Intel Atom N270 processor, up to 2GB of RAM, and 160GB HDD. If these specs sound familiar, it’s because those specs are now standard fare for netbook-class devices. 3 USB slots are provided, 802.11 b/g wireless local area network and bluetooth connectivity, and the netbook can boot into Windows XP in 50 seconds. The device also comes with a 3-cell battery providing up to 2.5 hours of run time. Pricing is pegged at $449 and is available now at Fujitsu’s e-store.