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Fujitsu debuts iMac-like F/A50 desktop

updated 04:15 pm EDT, Wed April 23, 2008

Fujitsu's iMac-like F/A50

Fujitsu has announced a new desktop system, the F/A50. The computer represents part of an increasing trend in the PC world, in which low-cost PCs by the likes of Gateway and Dell have attempted to reproduce the all-in-one design of Apple's famous iMac. Similarities in this case are extremely close, as the A50 features an identically-proportioned case, rear-mounted ports, and glowing indicator lights buried under plastic. The display is smaller however, measuring 16 inches, which limits it to 1366x768 resolution.

Inside the system uses a 2.1GHz Core 2 Duo and a 250GB hard drive, with graphics supplied by an integrated X3100 chipset. Wireless technologies include Bluetooth and 802.11b/g; 2GB of RAM is installed by default, but this can be expanded to 4GB. Ports include five USB connections, an SD slot and a PC Card slot. The A50 goes on sale in Japan May 17th, and should be priced at approximately 180,000 yen ($1,752).



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  1. dom2cool

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    not bad

    the best looking attempt so far to copy the imac. still doesn't run osx tho

  1. dliup

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    fugly

    Apple iMac has better processors, better graphic card, better design, and OSX at a lower price. Why would anyone be remotely interested in this fugly knockoff?

  1. Horsepoo!!!

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    Computer Names...

    that sound like jet fighter names.

  1. MeandmyMac

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    hmpf

    I don't like the two silver column stand, personally.

  1. Haroscarfel

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    i love lamp

    it looks like a lampstand. crappy.

  1. Haroscarfel

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    keyboard

    is that seriously as thin as they can get a keyboard.

  1. jwpacker

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    Not Economical

    Tiny monitor, integrated video, slower processor and Windows, for nearly the same price as the 24" iMac 2.4? Good lord, who would buy this??

  1. alfredo

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    But

    I don't want to have to pay for Windows. If they offered a UNIX or Linux machine, I might consider it.

  1. Commodus

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    jwpacker - the price

    Keep in mind, that's Japan - they may be including tax, and things are often more expensive there.

  1. dliup

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    unix machine

    Mac OS X is unix.

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