Fujitsu LifeBook U2010 to feature in built GPS
The plethora of Fujitsu product launches and press releases have gotten us baffled. How does one company manage to churn out so many different variants of its laptops to different regions? To get you started Fujitsu has just announced the U2010 with in-built GPS satellite navigation, for the Korean, Taiwanese, and Chinese markets. There is a new Asia-Pacific version, which according to its press release does feature GPS but none of the Hong Kong product pages makes any mention of GPS. Now comes the different specs for each region, the Korean edition will feature a 120GB hard drive or 64GB SSD, the Chinese will get the 60GB GPS-equipped U2010 in a few more colors than Taiwan. It(meaning Chinese) will run Vista Home Premium, while Taiwan will be offered an option of 60GB and 100GB capacities with Vista Business. The Hong Kong and Singapore versions will have Vista Home or Vista Business, with either a 60GB hard drive or 64GB SSD.
This leaves the US guessing if their UMPC, which will be released as the U820, will feature in-built GPS or not. The Korean Lifebook U2010 will be priced approximately $1333.