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The Fujitsu M2010 is one of the more expensive netbooks of its peers.

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Pros

good build quality

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quality trackpad

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clear and bright display

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loud speakers

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Cons

over 3 pounds

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smaller keyboard

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poor right shift key location

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poor battery life - 2 hours with a 3-cell battery

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poorly marketed for students - poor battery life, keyboard, premium price, no special student features

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glossy exterior is a fingerprint magnet

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provides nothing to distinguish itself from any other netbook

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older Atom N270

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The Fujitsu M2010 is one of the more expensive netbooks of its peers. For its price it offers a nice crisp screen and a louder volume than other netbooks. However it is also bulkier and has a smaller keyboard than comparable netbooks, not good for a higher priced netbook. The Fujitsu M2010 comes with a thick chassis that is designed to make the netbook more durable, but also ends up making it weigh a little bit more. It was designed with students in mind but unlike the Dell Latitude 2100 it doens't come with any features that would work well with students, such as the Dell's rubberized outside. The closest it comes is the fact that no paint is used, the color is embedded into the plastic of the outside making the netbook more durable in terms of its looks.

Features
  • 1.6GHz Intel Atom N270
  • 1GB 533 MHz DDR2
  • 160GB 5,400rpm hard drive
  • Mobile Intel 945GM Express
  • Intel GMA 950
  • Windows XP Home Edition SP3
  • Weight: 3.24 pounds
  • Screen size (diagonal): 10.1 inches
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 10.25" x 7.5" x 1"
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