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Fujitsu Siemens Netbook Débuting at IFA


As if we haven't already had enough of netbooks, Fujitsu Siemens seems to have decided it's time to jump on the bandwagon, too. According to IDG news, via IT World, Fujitsu has confirmed it will be showing off the system at IFA, a little under a fortnight away.

The mini Amilo system is, frankly, a poorly kept secret, having already been detailed in video form on YouTube (as seen above). We also know, from the same 'source' that the machine will feature clip-on changeable covers of differing colours. Hardly a stand-out differentiator, but at least Fujitsu is doing something differently to its competition.

Specs-wise things aren't very clear, but the smart money will guess there's an Atom CPU, half or a gigabyte of RAM, and either solid state storage or an 80GB hard drive - just like every other netbook so far. Nothing particularly exciting, then, but we're never ones to complain about getting more choice.


IT World.


August 20, 2008, 9:59 pm

my ideas for a net book all involve 4GB of ram, a stonking great octo core processor and a strapping big graphics card to boot...

i would gladly pay... some money... if somebody did that :D


August 20, 2008, 11:11 pm

That would be a great idea for a netbook skin. Have a 3d-effect picture showing a motherboard fitted with a long graphics card lengthways with a couple of Q9450 CPU's in a corner and two-four sticks of ram nestled along the side. Fill in any gaps with some capacitors, coils of while, PCBs and other greebling and the end result should look pretty impressive.

Plaster the palm rest with Intel, Nvidia, Corsair, Thermalright, Noctua and similar case badges and decorate the underside with another 3d-picture of a 200mm fan for extra silliness.

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