Following in the unfounded trend of releasing girlie pink gadgets, Fujitsu unveiled today its ultraportable LifeBook P8010 LE in a rose-colored pink. The specs of the system have changed slightly since we reviewed the P8010 back in April: The lid of this special edition is available in a shiny, high-glossy pink and has a 3G mobile broadband option. We are happy to see that the ultraportable now sports a built-in HSDPA modem, as the lack of one was popular complaint about the original. Otherwise, the machine still sports a 1.2-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo low-voltage processor, 2GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive, and a built-in optical drive. Update: According to a Fujitsu rep, the LifeBook P8010 will not be available in North America. This isn’t the first time Fujitsu’s gone pink. It released its LifeBook P7230 in pink last year. Which leaves me still wondering, do women really want pink gadgets and laptops?