Fujitsu U2010 released in Japan as LOOX U/B50N

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Fujitsu Japan has just announced the LOOX U/B50N series, their version of the Atom-based mini convertible UMPC known in the US as the LifeBook U820 and in other regions as the U2010. The new LOOX U (previous models have the same name) will be available at the end of August in a base configuration (U/B50) as well as made-to-order models with options like integrated FOMA High Speed, storage capacity (HDD: 60GB, 100GB, 120GB; SSD: 64GB), 1Seg TV tuner, and battery (2900mAh or 5800mAh).

The rest of the specs, which can be seen here, are in keeping with the device’s counterparts.

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One cosmetic difference among regions is that the LOOX U/B50N lineup features a unique design printed on the Black Ocean, Fuchsia Pink, Pink Beige, and North Silver covers.

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There’s even a tokidoki version!

Prices start at 123,800 yen, which a straight conversion indicates is about $1125.

[Product page | PC Watch (thanks, Blitz50)]
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