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Fujitsu's Lifebook U2010 headed to the US as the U820

Joshua Topolsky
August 4, 2008
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If you've been squirming around like you've got ants in your pants wondering if Fujitsu's tiny Lifebook U2010 was going to make its way Stateside -- feel free to relax. Word on the street -- and from the FCC -- is that the diminutive and convertible laptop will come to our fair shores as the U820. The device actually gets a bump in the screen department, featuring a 1280 x 800 display as opposed to the previous specs we had detailing a 1024 x 600 touchscreen. Hit the read link to learn pretty much everything you could ever hope to know about the laptop... and then some.

[Thanks, Will O.]



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