The maker Fujitsu continues introducing new models of its Lifebook notebooks line. This time, the company has revealed to the public (and media) the Lifebook MH330 mini-notebook, which is a new netbook model that was just unveiled in Asia.
This mini-notebook includes some interesting features: It has a thickness of 18.5 millimeters at the front side and 24.5mm at the back side. Its processor is an Atom N450 at 1.66GHz, similar to other Lifebook models previously marketed by the company.
The Lifebook MH330 has a 250-Gigabyte hard drive, a 10.1-inch WSVGA screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600, LED-backlit system with 400:1 contrast ratio, stereo built-in speakers, and 5-in-1 card reader.
Other features include 1GB of RAM memory, a very strong and robust keyboard, and a weight of just 1.1kg (2.4 pounds). Regarding the connectivity capabilities of the netbook, it supports the Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n standard and Bluetooth 2.1. Fujitsu has launched this computer without a CD/DVD reader/writer in order to reduce the weight but the system includes a software to read shared DVD discs, which will allow you to use an optical disc drive via a wireless connection with other computers.