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Calling it a \"zero-watt\" PC may be a bit of a stretch, but Fujitsu Siemens is nonetheless breaking a bit of new ground with its new Esprimo 7935 PC, which supposedly consumes no energy at all when it's powered off, as opposed to the one to four watts an average PC consumes unless it's actually unpl

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When it was revealed, the appropriately titled Mini netbook looked like a toy next to a 17-inch Fujitsu Siemens Amilo notebook. That short video we saw managed to prove it was indeed the real thing, and now we have some official specs to go with the two-tone looks. The 8.9-inch Amilo Mini Ui 3520 w

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It's been a solid tick since we've seen a new monitor from Fujitsu Siemens, but apparently it's been spending a lot of time on its SCENICVIEW Premium Line ECO range. Announced today, the 20-inch P20W-5 ECO and the 22-inch P22W-5 ECO are being hailed as the planet's first to feature power supplies t

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IFA's coming up soon, and that means Fujitsu Siemens will officially unveil the Amilo Mini. Yeah, you've already heard about some preliminary specifications and witnessed the unit itself on video, but did you know about the interchangeable lids? In a ploy a siphon away even more cash from netbook bu

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Hey, remember that teeny-tiny Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Mini we spied a few weeks ago? You do? Good, because we've just discovered video of the as-yet-unreleased device in action. According to the source, the device will be officially revealed at IFA this year, and will be priced around €300 to &e

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Fujitsu-Siemens's Amilo 3000 laptops have always been decidedly stylish in their two-tone duds, and now the company's polishing them up a bit with new Centrino 2-based guts. First out the gate is the 15.4-inch Amilo Pi 3540, which features the new platform and NVIDIA GeForce 9300M GS graphics drivi

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It looks like Fujitsu Siemens have broken cover on the next member to get in on the netbook party. That's right -- the company is launching a cheap, micro-sized laptop in the coming months... just like everyone else. According to reports, the 8.9-inch device will clock in around €300 or €

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Don't just sit there clone, Fujitsu-Siemens just announced it's new Amilo 3000 series. The 16- and 18.4-inch widescreen (16:9) Laptops include options for Wireless USB, spill-proof keyboards, Blu-ray, and NVIDIA or ATI Hybrid Graphics for on-the-fly switching between discrete and UMA graphics when

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We've heard plenty of promises of external graphics solutions for laptops in the past, and it looks like Fujitsu Siemens is now about to join the party as well, with it reportedly set to debut its AMILO GraphicBooster in the \"next couple of weeks.\" That word apparently comes from a leaked presentat

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Alright, so it's a discontinued model and all, but is that necessarily a bad thing? A member of the dubiously named PPCWarez forum has figured out a way to upgrade this heavily featured PDA to WindowsMobile 6 capability. Fujitsu Siemens seems pretty unlikely to make the effort to upgrade, so these

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IFA hasn't really been heavy on the computers from the bigger names, but Fujitsu Siemens thought it'd take a crack with its AMILO Xi 2428 and 2528 laptops. The two are certainly decent in the looks department, if nothing stellar, and shouldn't turn many heads for good or bad reasons in a crowded ro

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