Tokidoki Fujitsu Lifebook

I'm a HUGE Tokidoki fan, so I'm a little upset that Fujitsu is releasing a Tokidoki Lifebook U2010 only in Japan. Yes, dear readers, the company announced it on its blog, saying the FMV Loox is an eco-friendly, limited-edition computer that will be released exclusively in the Japanese market.

The pocket-sized mini-tablet, which packs an Intel Atom Z530 processor, a webcam,  a 5.6-inch touchscreen display, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, a 60GB hard drive and sports Windows Vista, is launching next week August 29  in Japan so consumers can place their orders online. Pricing details haven't been disclosed, but I'm betting it will be over $1,000 just like the U810.

Sadly, we don't know if Fujitsu is planning to release a Tokidoki laptop in the U.S. but what we do know is that the U2010 is coming to the U.S. as the U820, so there is some hope.

Link: Fujitsu (japanese) and Tokidoki


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