Fujitsu LifeBook U2010 runs up to 9 hours with SSD and 4-cell battery


While the US has yet to see a formal announcement of the FCC-revealed Fujitsu LifeBook U820 mini convertible, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has made its U2010 counterpart official with an enthusiastically written press release that tells consumers to "rev up the decibels" with the new Centrino Atom (1.6GHz Atom Z530, SCH US15W chipset) UMPC. Pricing, availability, and a product page are all absent from the release, but there are some new details worth highlighting.

  • Five color options: Ocean Black, Pink Gold, Cool Silver, Fuschia Red, and Luminous Blue
  • Wireless music on-demand technology
  • 64GB SSD option
  • 300-nit screen brightness
  • 1.3-megapixel camera
  • 4-cell extended battery (7.2V, 5800mAh) provides up to 8 hours runtime, 9 hours on SSD

Previously reported specs here.

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