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Photos: Fujitsu adds all-in-one PC, secure hard drive

Fujitsu modernizes its PC and notebook offerings while adding tighter encryption to its 320GB hard drive.
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Clearly inspired by Apple, Fujitsu added the FMV F/A50, an all-in-one PC with a 16-inch widescreen LCD, to the top of its PC lineup. The PC has a 2.1GHz Core 2 Duo T8100, 2GB of memory a 250GB hard drive, and Intel integrated graphics.

For more information about the new Fujitsus, read John Morris.

Photo credits: Fujitsu

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There will also be a 22-inch all-in-one model.

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Fujitsu announced a 320 GB(1) 2.5" hard drive with AES 256-bit encryption to secure data against theft or loss. The drive has a rotational speed of 7200-rpm and a 3.0 Gb/s Serial ATA interface(2).

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The LOOX R series 12.1-inch, Biblio MG series 13.3-inch and 14.1-inch, and NF series 15.4-inch models get updated processors, 2- to 4GB of memory, and larger hard drives. The LOOX R series is Fujitsu's first with an Intel Penryn processor.

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Fujitsu's UMPC with a 5.6-inch screen.

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The 14.1-inch "Black Cinema" edition.

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Fujitsu notebooks come in an assortment of colors.

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