Choosing a netbook has been reduced to nothing more than selecting a brand name which carries the best price for one’s wallet, simply because of the near-identical hardware specs found in every competitor’s offerings. In this review, we look at Fujitsu’s new netbook, the Lifebook MH380, to see what it has to offer for the masses.
It is quite hard to walk around the streets of sunny Singapore and not hear a short snippet of a stranger’s conversation about how tablets and slate devices are “netbook killers” and poised to become the next big thing in mobile computing.
|Platform||Intel® Atom™ Processor N450 (1.66GHz, 512 L2 Cache, 667MHz, Hyperthreading Technology supported10) – Intel® NM10 Express Chipset|
|Operating System||Genuine Windows® 7 Starter|
|Display||10.1-inch Widescreen HD back-light LED Glare, Max. 1366×768 pixels (200 nits Brightness, 300: 1 Contrast Ratio)|
|Memory||1 GB DDR2 667MHz 1 SoDIMM Slot, Max. Memory Supported – 2GB|
|Hard disk||250GB 5400rpm SATA Drive|
|Bluetooth||v2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate), support A2DP|
|Battery||Up to 7.7 hrs 1(6-cell Li-Ion 10.8V 5800mAh)/Up to 3.8 hrs1(3-cell Li-Ion 10.8V 2900mAh)|
|Weight||Approx. 1.27kg/1.16kg (6-cell/3-cell)|