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Amilo targets SME users

Fujitsu-Siemens Computers (FSC) has unveiled its latest notebook aimed at the SME market, the Amilo Pro V7010.

Fujitsu-Siemens Computers (FSC) has unveiled its latest notebook aimed at the SME market, the Amilo Pro V7010.

This Intel-based desktop replacement model has been designed to offer a long lifecycle and can be easily configured to comply with company-specific requirements.

“The new Amilo Pro V7010 caters to small and medium-sized enterprises that look for desktop replacement functionality,” said Susanne Lewitzki, product marketing manager, Fujitsu Siemens Computers. “It features a large display for maximum viewing comfort and an ergonomic full-size keyboard. It is ideal for users who want to get straight to work.”

The Amilo Pro V7010 is available either as an entry-level unit, running off an Intel Celeron D processor, or as a higher-end machine built around a Mobile Intel P4 chip with built-in support for hyper-threading.

The V7010 incorporates a 15.1-inch XGA display, built-in DVD drive or DVD+RW combo drive, integrated modem, and a Prism GT wireless LAN chipset for easy connectivity to both ethernets and wireless networks. Memory wise, the P4 V7010 is kitted out with 512MB of RAM and a standard size 40GB hard disk, all of which is backed up by a two-year warranty. The 2.53GHz Celeron version meanwhile offers 256MB of memory.

Fujitsu Siemens' Amilo Pro V7010 is available in the region immediately. The P4 version has a street price of $1,360, while the Celeron notebook costs $1088.

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