Below is the first picture that we have seen in the wild of the Fujitsu MH330. I happened to be talking to a friend of mine on Skype who was at the MeeGo Hong Kong meetup and this little bad boy turns up:
Initial reports on the device are that it is:
Fujitsu see this device as providing fun and interactive interface, a wealth of social networking capabilities, and enhanced user experience to Fujitsu’s LIFEBOOK MH330.
“For our valued users, the MeeGo-based netbook’s human-centric nature not only transcends the boundaries of netbooks but also serves as the new standard for tomorrow’s computing experience. The netbook crystallizes these two best-of-breed products and MeeGo is part of Fujitsu and Intel’s combined efforts to take the industry a big step forward,” said Mr. Lim Teck Sin, Vice President, Engineering and Product Marketing, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific. “For multimedia natives who long for enhanced interactivity and immediate multimedia access, the refreshed LIFEBOOK MH330 will definitely surpass their expectations.”
“The MeeGo open source software platform with Intel® Atom™ processors give mobile device manufacturers both the freedom and the powerful capabilities to suit a consumer’s mobile lifestyle,” said Ram Peddibhotla, System Software Marketing Director, Intel Corporation. “Intel welcomes Fujitsu and other manufacturers to the MeeGo ecosystem to give consumers a personalized netbook experience with the benefits of an optimized battery life, rich multimedia support and fast boot time.”