Fujitsu LifeBook U2010 headed to US as U820

Fuji_u820_label

Exactly as stated in the title, the Fujitsu LifeBook U2010 mini convertible will be sold in the US as the U820. Given its improvements over the U810 (1280 x 800 vs. 1024 x 600 touchscreen, 1.6GHz Atom Z530 vs. 800MHz A110, 6-row keyboard vs. 5-row keyboard, etc.), I half-expected it to be given more than just a small bump in model number. Maybe the U910 is being reserved for something more groundbreaking.

The U820 user manual, along with various documents and a few low-quality pics, were outed by the FCC last week but only discovered today by jkkmobile. Believe it or not, I actually searched for it last night but limited the "grant date range" to August (and it became available for public consumption on July 30!).

There are already a lot of live shots and hands-on photos of the Atom-based UMPC floating around, but here’s a bunch of labeled drawings from the manual to add to the mix.

U820_notebook_fig

U820_keyboard_fig

U820_slate_fig

U820_left_fig

U820_right_fig

U820_bottom_fig

See all of the FCC docs here. As before, US pricing and an actual release date are unknown.

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