The 5.6″ Fujitsu LifeBook U820 (or U2010 as its known elsewhere) has popped up on the US Fujitsu site. It’s Fujitsu’s first Intel Atom-powered ultraportable available here in the US, and it’s a “convertible” – it can convert between a Tablet PC and a laptop form factor.
It’s lumped in with netbooks because of its size and CPU, but it’s $999 starting price tag prices it out of the range of most netbook buyers. Again, it does have Tablet PC functionality.
They have two models, one starting at $999 with Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium and a 60GB HDD, the other starting at $1,299, with Windows Vista Business and a 120GB HDD. Both are available through in the ultraportable section of Fujitsu’s site.