Fujistu announced that it is going to release its M1010 netbook internet-centric PC in Q4. This new Fujitsu M series is set to bring consumers a multitude of user-friendly features with great connectivity at a price that’s easy on the wallet.
The new M1010 will have a 8.9-inch widescreen LCD display, a 1.3 Megaixel webcam, Bluetooth, WiFi connectivity and integrated microphone. Though not being mentioned, the M1010 should be powered by the Intel Atom platform, which is being widely adopted by other netbook makers.
Hey, wait. Is the M1010 the Asia-Pacific version of the Amilo Mini Ui 3520 ?