Fujitsu’s U2010 UMPC has a swivel screen, Intel Atom processor, and most of the stuff that’s on every other UMPC except, hey, what’s this? Up to nine hours of battery life with the solid state drive option or eight hours with a standard drive? Hello, Kitty.
That 8-9 hour figure comes thanks to the U2010’s “extended” battery, which happens to be just a four-cell battery. There’s a standard baby two-cell battery that’s supposed to be good for three and a half hours if you’re not into working all the live-long day.
- Intel Centrino Atom Z530 Processor at 1.6GHz
- 5.6-inch 1280 x 800 screen
- 1GB DDR2 533MHz RAM (1GB max, unfortunately)
- 60GB hard drive (64GB SSD option will be available)
- Intel GMA graphics
- SD/Compact Flash card reader
- Bluetooth, built-in 1.3-megapixel webcam
- 802.11n wireless
- Vista Home Premium
- 1.34 pounds
Now, unfortunately pricing and availability aren’t yet available. Also, this little guy is being announced by Fujitsu’s Asia Pacific division, so it appears that it’ll be released there first. Fujitsu puts out a fair amount of its products in the US as well, though, so we might see this UMPC (or something like it) around here sooner or later.