Fujitsu Lifebook X2 notebook is a concept of “folding”, which clearly points out a closed Sony VAIO P netbook (now abandoned by the Japanese). Lifebook X2 collects in a few centers (the size of a MID) the power and convenience of a laptop. The opening system that could be called to “accordion” conceals the touchpad, the keyboard and the screen in a slim and attractive device.
The Fujitsu logo is shown on the hinges of course on the cover of the netbook and colored in orange and bronze. The QWERTY keyboard is backlit with blue LEDs and impeziosita a glossy finish.
As for interfaces, we can see the front two USB ports and audio jacks, while centrally takes place the bulk power button illuminated by a blue LED. The LCD screen (which we ignore the diagonal) in the upper frame shows a webcam, while two speakers on the sides are explained.
As you can see from the image below, the double screen allows the user to use in notebook netbook version, simply by opening a portion of the display and using the keypad on the base.