Looks like Fujitsu will be rolling out the Lifebook Q2010 in North America. According to CNET News.com, Fujitsu unveiled the Q2010 to a North American audience, complete with information on the CPU that will be driving the ultraportable high-end laptop (high-end as in very small and expensive). Apparently it’s going to use the same CPU that popped up in the Gateway NX100X – an Ulta Low Voltage (ULV) Intel Core Solo CPU that was not formally announced or promoted by Intel. During the announcement/briefing, a price of $1999 was mentioned, however Fujitsu later said that was not finalized
Search for news about the Fujitsu LifeBook Q2010 Product Name: Fujitsu LifeBook Q2010 / Q2010 3G Official Page: Fujitsu.com – for additional pages, see the bottom of this page Manufacturer: Fujitsu Siemens Announced: Early 2006 (February 2006) Available: 2Q 2006 Status: Discontinued Price: Around $3200 … Read more
Fujitsu Siemens has annouced the LifeBook Q2010, a “truly aspirational product” according to FS. It’s one of the first announced ultraportables using Intel’s Centrino Core Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) processors, and unfortunately the speed has yet to be announced. It has a 12-inch widescreen display, embedded 3G mobile phone network capability, Uses Express Cards for expansion, and weighs in at just over two pounds.
According to Core Duo News, Fujitsu will begin offering a 3G UMTS/HSDPA connectivity module for the
Fujitsu LifeBook P1610. This considerably broadens the connectivity capabilities of the P1610, one of the smallest ultraportable notebooks (which also doubles as a Tablet PC with its 8.9-inch widescreen touchscreen display), especially for those who travel a lot. This was announced on Fujitsu’s Asia/Pacific site – we are unsure if this will be offered outside of Asia.