I’ve gotten pretty used to talking about 3G this and 3G that when it comes to cell phones. Heck, it seems like nearly every handset coming out of Korea or Japan is sporting some form of high-speed data, especially considering the proliferation of multimedia phones and the apparent appeal of video telephony.
Today is just a touch different though: we have the “world’s most desirable laptop”, the Fujitsu Siemens Q2010, because they’re adding 3.5G technology to the mix. That’s right… this hot little notebook will soon sport HSDPA.
Don’t get too excited just yet, though, as the plan is for T-Mobile Austria to equip the Q2010 to work with their high speed European network. As such, we don’t know if it will ever come to the United States or anywhere else for that matter. But we do know that this 2.5 pound unit that’s rocking Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, an eight-hour battery, and a piano black finish will set back buyers an incredible $5000.