updated 12:10 pm EST, Tue November 24, 2009
Fujitsu M-series Lifebook spotted at FCC
Fujitsu will soon release a new netbook powered by Intel's new Pineview-based Atom processors, a filing (PDF) at the FCC indicates. The 10.1-inch netbook will be part of Fujitsu's M-series range, with both the MH380 and M380 LifeBook models using the Pineview chip.
Little other information about the computer is known, other than that it will sport a 1.66GHz Intel Atom chip, have an Ethernet connection from RealTek and an Atheros Draft-N Wi-Fi module. The small LCD display has a 1366x768 resolution display. The drawing on the FCC site reveals a rounded design, removable battery and space that allows for adding upgrades.
While there is no indication when the Fujitsu MH380/M380 will be released is not known, the FCC filing indicates it is somewhat close. Pricing is likewise uncertain. [via NetbookReviews]