It's been spotted and snapped at various tradeshows around the world, but now Fujitsu has finally released the tech specs for its 5.6-inch Lifebook - the U2010.
Well - sort of released - the details have cropped up on a Vietnamese website called Tinhe te.
It says that the U2010 will come with the option of a 1.6 or 1.8GHz Atom processor, 1GB RAM and an 80GB hard drive.
The mini PC will run Vista Business, and HSDPA, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth have also all been squeezed in.
We also know that it doesn't have a touchscreen but it looks to have a fairly decent sized keyboard.
The screen (which has a resolution of 1024 x 768) swivels and folds flat, and the PC also, from the pics, appears to include a fingerprint scanner.
The site lists the price as a hefty $1300 (£655).