Mini computers are growing in popularity every day and over the last several months there have been lots of new mini PCs, nettops, and netbooks unveiled. These low cost systems have proven very compelling options for consumers with less to spend during the global economic crunch.
IFA 2009 is in full swing over in Europe and Fujutsu has unveiled its latest Mini PC called the Esprimo Q1500. The little mini PC is packed inside a small case that has a volume of 1.4 liters and still offers HDMI out and optional Blu-ray. The machine is square and is about the size of a CD case according to Fujitsu.
Other features of the machine include 4GB of RAM, 320GB HDD, and six USB ports. Inside the small little chassis is an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. The machine is also very quiet and energy efficient. Fujitsu says that the machine needs only 19 watts of power in idle mode. The machine will sell for 699 Euros in Germany with pricing and availability elsewhere not offered at this time.