Fujitsu sure isn’t wasting any time jumping on the Pine Trail bandwagon. The company just announced the LifeBook MH380, one of the first netbooks with the new Intel Atom N450 processor. The LifeBook MH380 weighs in at 2.97 pounds and has a battery rating of ‘up to’ seven hours with a six-cell battery.
This netbook’s 10.1-inch display has a resolution of 1366 x768, which is a step up from the standard 1024×600 you’ll find on many netbooks. Inside you’ll find a 250GB hard drive, 1GB of RAM and Windows 7 Starter. A web cam, 802.11n and Bluetooth are also included.
Initially, the Lifebook MH380 will only be available in ruby red as seen in these pics.
The trackpad on the MH380 looks tiny, but there appears to be some kind of indent next to it that could act as a pointing device. I’ve asked Fujisu for more info about it.
The LifeBook MH380 has an MSRP of $449 and will be available via Fujistu and select retailers in January.
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