Fujitsu has released a 5.6" Intel Atom-powered sub-netbook called LifeBook FMV Biblo U/B50. This model has a 5.6" display with 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and an integrated webcam. Hexus has some info on this device:
It'll be powered by Intel's 1.6GHz Atom Z530 - yep, that's of the MID-orientated Silverthorne variety, not the Diamondville found in your usual netbook.
The sub-netbook has just 1GB of RAM, but Fujitsu has deemed it sufficient enough to run its operating system of choice, Windows Vista. We've got our doubts, and a sluggish OS could be the LifeBook's Achilles' heel.
Windows Vista aside, as the ideal internet-on-the-go device, it has connectivity covered. There's built in 802.11n Wi-Fi, 3G, and Bluetooth, too. Storage options come in the form of 60GB, 100GB or 120GB hard-disk drives, or a 64GB solid-state alternative. Oh, and that front-facing HDMI port you see is for hooking this little 'un up to a big screen.
Not sure though why they thought it would be a good idea to place the HDMI port right in the middle of the front: