Steve at UMPCPortal found this one today:
According to a press release today, Fujitsu Japan and NTT have entered into a deal to offer the HSDPA version of the U50/U1010/U810/8240 through an online sales partner. As you can see, they've modded it slightly to include the antenna. The bundle includes a new 'capped' data plan (10,500 Yen max) which I assume you have to sign up for with the device. Which brings to question the reason why this model costs nearly 20% MORE than the non-hsdpa version. In Europe, if you sign up for a 24 month data contract you expect to save money.
I have to say that the first time I saw the U1010 I thought for myself, this is just horrible. But after a while looking to different pictures of this UMPC I started to like it. Now I find this latest model "very attractive". I really no so excited with the HSDPA connectivity, I would like better to see a model with WiMax on it.