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February 14, 2010

Fujitsu launches new Esprimo mini PCs

Equip new 2010 Intel Core processor technology

By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu has expanded ESPRIMO family with the launch of two new mini PCs, ESPRIMO Q9000 and ESPRIMO Q1510, which are equipped with the new 2010 Intel Core processors.

According to Fujitsu, the ESPRIMO Q9000 features new Intel mobile technology and Microsoft Windows 7 Professional operating system. The mini PC saves desk space, while Intel vPro technology and DeskView manageability provide effective system management. It includes practical connections such as HDMI, DVI and eSATA.

The company claims that the 2010 Intel Core processor technology adds performance and efficiency, with low power consumption from Intel Core i5 processor running at only 19W in idle mode and extended energy management settings.

The ESPRIMO Q1510 replaces the ESPRIMO Q1500, with benefits including remote control, a 6-in-1 card reader, optional Blu-ray drive, full HDMI support and Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium.

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In addition, the ESPRIMO mini PCs have up to 500GB hard disks with 4GB of RAM, and includes 6 USB ports, optional WLAN and bluetooth.

Rajat Kakar, vice president clients group at Fujitsu Technology Solutions, said: “We’ve created these tiny new ESPRIMO PC family models to meet increasing demand for eco-friendly PCs, particularly in the small office and home office space. Although the ESPRIMO Q series models are tiny, almost silent in operation and their power consumption is minimal, they still pack a considerable performance punch.”

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