It has a 10.1-inch LED-backlit display (with a maximum resolution of 1,024 x 600), GMA 3150 integrated graphics, and plenty connectivity options such as 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Ethernet, 5-in-1 card slot, three USB ports and VGA-out. Fujitsu also included a spill-resistant keyboard, as well as a DVD Sharing application that allows the MF3300 to access the DVD drive on your PC.
Perhaps the biggest turn offs besides the paltry gig of RAM are its 3-cell battery and the fact that it uses Windows 7 Starter. Available in black or red color options, the Fujitsu LifeBook MH330 will start shipping in Asia this month for around $500. Interestingly, on a separate note, while Fujitsu is still betting on the 10-inch netbook market, it seems HP and Dell might be cutting back on their investments due to disappointing sales of Pine Trail-based systems.