Fujitsu LifeBook MH330 is yet another netbook
Fujitsu were one of the first few computer manufacturers to come up with rather small notebooks back in the day, although those were barely able to do serious work apart from looking cool and surfing the Internet, with some casual word processing and number crunching. Hmmm, sounds suspiciously like netbooks of today, so it is no surprise to see the Japanese company come up with the LifeBook MH330 netbook that ought to fit in nicely with the netbook mold that we are so used to thees days. This device tips the scales at just 1.1kg, and is 18.5mm thin at the front when closed and 24.5mm thin behind, making it one of the slimmest netbook to grace the market to date. Of course, most netbook specifications hardly vary from one to the other, and the Fujitsu LifeBook MH330 is no different as you can see below.
Underneath the hood, you will find it running on an Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor that is accompanied by a relatively large 250GB hard drive, Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity, a 5-in-1 memory card reader slot, wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n support and even a webcam to help you keep in touch with family and friends when abroad over video calls. Not only that, the LifeBook MH330 is also equipped with a 10.1″ WSVGA back-light LED display with a resolution of 1,024 by 600 pixels, a 400:1 Contrast Ratio, and Dual Built-in Stereo Speakers for some semblance of entertainment whenever you are on the road with the MH330 in tow.
Since Fujitsu knows that accidents come unannounced and that netbooks are also prone to physical stress and damages including accidental spills over the keyboard, the LifeBook MH330 is then equipped with a Spill-resistant Keyboard which ensures you can continue typing away even if you were klutzy enough to spill some lunch time Coke all over the place by a wayward elbow of yours. Although it does not come with a DVD drive, it does feature the DVD Sharing application that enables the ease of sharing of optical disk drive with other PCs over a wireless connection – in layman’s terms, you are able to use the optical drive from your primary computer or notebook with the MH330. No idea on pricing as at press time, but it ought to hit the market pretty soon.