If you are looking for the latest, lightest and ultra-portable notebook then Fijutsu has a surprise for you.
The new Fujitsu LifeBook Q2010 is the latest from the ultra-portable notebook series. Equipped with a 12.1″ widescreen, a ULV Intel Core Solo processor and weighting only 2.2 lbs, not to mention that is only 0.75″ thick The Q2010 seems to be the perfect solution for people on the go.
The are also bad news for some and some good news for the others. The Q2010 has no optical drive, no LAN port, no modem and no VGA connector. Don’t worry, they can be still accessed with a dongle.
Another bad news, for everyone this time, is that the battery only lasts 1.5 hours. That is for the 1150mAh with 3-cell battery, but Fujitsu announced that is trying to make available a 6-cell battery that will have 5200mAh and will last up to 7 hours. Considering that 1.5 hours is not so much these days, the 6-cell battery is a must.
That’s all about the bad news. Q2010 has a biometric fingerprint sensor, Intel 3945ABG wireless and Bluetooth v2.0.Also included are integrated high bandwidth WWAN (UMTS), HSDPA, EDGE and GPRS support. A dual-layer DVD burner is available with the optional dock.
We don’t know how much it will costs, but it is rumored at about $2000. Sony VAIO with 12″ display costs about $2600. This if you needed a comparison term.