Fujitsu showed a netbook that is smaller by far than the standard offering. Maybe too small. Hopefully this shot I took with a hand model will help give you an idea.
Here is the rest of the release:
Fujitsu Showcases Notebooks That Combine Fashion, Form and Function at 2009 International CES
Tokidoki Limited-Edition, Ultra-Portable With WiMAX, Senior Citizen and Water-Cooled Notebooks Take CES Center Stage
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwire) -- 01/08/09 -- 2009 CES -- Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation showcased its versatility in PC design, presenting notebooks that traverse the generations at the 2009 International CES in Fujitsu Booth #13244, Las Vegas Convention Center Central Hall. The 1.32-pound limited-edition tokidoki(R)-branded LifeBook(R) U820 convertible mini notebook with integrated Garmin Mobile(R) GPS navigation combines computing power with a fun fashion statement. The award-winning ultra-portable LifeBook P8020 notebook is WiMAX-enabled for consumers and mobile professionals on the move. Senior citizens will appreciate the easy-to-use Japanese Raku-Raku PC, designed to make computing easier for seniors with little prior computing experience. A novel approach to cooling notebooks is showcased with the LifeBook N7010 notebook, the industry's first water-cooled portable.