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Fujitsu M2010

Fujitsu M2010
alaScore 86

39 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 39 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the performance and design are generally positive. The build quality and keyboard are also appreciated, but there are some less positive views about the touchpad and portability.

screen, keyboard, build quality, design, performance

battery, value for money, portability, touchpad

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Netbooks (Mini-laptops) the Fujitsu M2010 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 39 reviews)

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Consumer review by: review summary for Fujitsu M2010


alaTest has collected and analyzed 1 user review of Fujitsu M2010 from The average user rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Netbooks (Mini-laptops) on

100% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: M2010 Mini Notebook N270 1GBM2010 Mini Notebook N270 1GB

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Fujitsu M2010 Netbook


This model that we have today for review,� by the slightly premium brand Fujitsu, comes with a heavy price tag but some promising looking aesthetics and feel. Also it has garnered some interesting reviews and reports globally, so let's check for...

Analysis and Verdict At Rs. 28,000, the product is just too expensive. Of course the main thing it has going for it is the classy mature look and feel, and also the well built and well finished surface and hinges. But that's not the be all and end all....

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Review Fujitsu M2010 Netbook


New Territories? Whilst some manufactureres apparently can't wai

Compact, stable case; Pleasant keyboard; Bright display with good illumination; Low heating up of the case; Mainly quiet operation

Surfaces susceptible to smudge; Touchpad keys needy of getting used to; Irritating reflection outdoors; Short battery life with the 3 cell battery

As (almost) always: a matt, completely outdoor suitable display, a more unsusceptible chassis, and in this case the larger battery for practical mobility, too.


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Fujitsu M2010 Review


The M2010 is a new netbook to hit the market from Fujitsu, which is their first Atom-based model to date. Offering good looks and good build quality it is marketed as a "Mini-Notebook" aimed at casual users who want a small platform to surf the web or...

Great looks ; Solid feeling chassis with high quality components

High price ; Some odd default performance settings ; Small standard battery

With optimal performance settings the M2010 performs quite well in day-to-day tasks that you might expect from a netbook. HD video decoding and gaming aside, netbooks are great for web browsing, editing photos, typing documents, and just about anything...

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Lifebook M2010


Fujitsu has dabbled in ultra-ultraportable machines for a while now, having released the LifeBook U810 and U820 tablet PCs. Now the company is ready to take baby steps into the netbook market, with its M2010. To be honest, though, this isn't the bold...

Crisp, colorful screen

Poor battery life Fairly average design

Fujitsu doesn't add much to the mix beyond Bluetooth and a few bits of bundled software. Roxio Creator LJ saves files out to external drives, as does the simple but extremely effective MyRecovery software (a three-button interface for creating and...

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Fujitsu LifeBook M2010 Laptop Review


Crisp, colorful screen

Poor battery life ; Fairly average design

Fujitsu's M2010 isn't a bad netbook, but with so many other oustanding choices for less, it is hard to recommend.

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Fujitsu M2010


The Fujitsu M2010 has one of the brightest and most color-rich screens in the netbook market, but the price and battery life might keep it away from classrooms.

Gorgeous, color-rich widescreen. Plenty of green credentials. Attractive design

Pricey for an education netbook. The three-cell battery isn't going to cut it ; Watch the Fujitsu M2010

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Fujitsu M2010


Fujitsu is finally getting in on the growing Netbook trend, with an entry aimed at the educational market. The M2010 includes many of the same features already common in the increasingly-similar Netbook product landscape, but what differentiates it as...

Bright, crisp screen; loud volume for a Netbook.

Bulky; smaller keyboard; expensive compared with similar Netbooks.

With a thick chassis and features that don't rise above the pack, the Fujitsu M2010 will have a hard time breaking through the clutter of less-expensive systems.

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Fujitsu M2010 - Review of the Fujitsu M2010


Good performance and fast boot time, Loud speakers, Compact chassis, Bright display

Short battery life, Relatively expensive, Cramped keyboard, Available only in red

The stereo speakers, which are hidden below the front edge of the system, emitted steady sound in our Skype call with the volume at a medium level. When we listened to Blue October's "Hate Me," the volume was impressive compared with other netbooks;...

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Fujitsu Technology Solutions M2010


Tuned for high performance

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Fujitsu M2010 Mini-Notebook


Fujitsu's entry into the 10-inch netbook market features a standout design, a great screen, and a usable keyboard, but the short battery life will disappoint on-the-go users.

Very attractive design; gorgeous LED-backlit screen; solid build quality; decent speakers (for a netbook)

Short battery life; lower-than-average performance

Fujitsu backs the M2010 with a one-year warranty, with reasonably priced extensions available, starting at $49. All told, the M2010 Mini-Notebook has a lot going for it. The battery life and benchmark performance trail the current netbook pack, but the...

Product Specifications

The Fujitsu M2010 Mini-Notebook brings a new class of low-cost, ultra-portable computing to the mobile world. Its 10.1-inch display, Intel Atom processor, and light weight, provide a perfect platform for surfing the Internet, checking email, and other casual uses.

Audio Input


Audio Output

Type:Sound card


Run Time (Up To):2.5hour(s)/5hour(s)
Technology:Lithium ion

Cache Memory

Installed Size:512KB

Dimensions & Weight


Display (Projector)

Color Support:24-bit (16.7 million colors)
Color Support:24-bit (16.7 million colors)
Diagonal Size:10.1in
Diagonal Size (metric):25.7cm
Max Resolution:1024 x 576/1024 x 600
Technology:TFT active matrix
Widescreen Display: Yes

Environmental Standards

ENERGY STAR Qualified: Yes
EPA Energy Star Compliant: Yes
EPEAT Compliant: Yes


Model:M2010 Mini-Notebook
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Fujitsu

Input Device

Type:Keyboard / Touchpad/Keyboard / Touchpad/Touchpad / Keyboard


Data Bus Speed:533MHz/667MHz


Type: None


Data Link Protocol:Bluetooth 2.1 / Ethernet / Fast Ethernet / IEEE 802.11b / IEEE 802.11g/Ethernet / Fast Ethernet / IEEE 802.11b / IEEE 802.11g / Bluetooth 2.1/IEEE 802.11g / IEEE 802.11b / Fast Ethernet / Bluetooth 2.1
Type:Network adapter
Wireless LAN Supported: Yes
Wireless Protocol:802.11b/g / Bluetooth 2.1/802.11b/g / Bluetooth 2.1

Notebook Camera

Camera Type:Integrated

Notebook Camera

Camera Type:Integrated

Optical Storage

Type: None

OS Provided

Type:Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition


Clock Speed:1.66GHz/1.6GHz
Processor Number:N270/N280


Installed Size:1GB
Technology:DDR2 SDRAM

Service & Support

Type:1 year warranty

Storage Controller

Type:Serial ATA

Storage Floppy Drive

Type: None

Storage Hard Drive


Storage Removable

Type: None


Hard Drive(-s) Total Capacity:160GB
Notebook Type:Netbook

Video Output

Graphics Processor / Vendor:Intel GMA 950