If netbooks were women, the MH380 would definitely be one of the finer ladies we have ever seen to date. You will not see any ugly, sharp or semi-rounded edges on this particular netbook; instead, all you will get are the smoothest, most rounded corners ever seen on a mobile computer this small. And we have to say, it looks pretty darn gorgeous. Fujitsu definitely scores a win in this area.

At the same time, we would like to assure you that we are not shallow men who only look out for a lady’s lascivious curves. In addition, the MH380 comes with her own external charms, like the embossed logo at the upper right corner and the shiny chrome trim which adorns the entire perimeter of the netbook.

Of course, good looks are not the end-all in netbook design, even if it is meant to be used as a convenient solution for on-the-go web surfing, people are going to expect a certain degree of expandability and functionality on a netbook. And the MH380 knows just how not to disappoint such users.

USB ports are the lifeblood of any computer today, and the MH380 fills that need rather well with three of these, all of which are located at the sides of the netbook for easy access.
For the occasional presentation needs, the MH380 also comes standard with a VGA port. And of course, there is an Ethernet port for those who would prefer to use a cable when connecting to the Internet instead of relying on Wi-Fi.
Lastly, located at the front are a couple of ports for earphone/headphone and a microphone, and a SD card reader completes the assortment of expandability ports found on the MH380.