Fujitsu Siemens unveils new Amilo 3000 range

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There’s nothing like the straightforward approach todesigning products. Fujitsu Siemens knows this and that is why the company hascomes up with a new design that spells everything out in black in white.
Its new Amilo 3000 range of laptops has a unique monochromedesign that highlights the PC’s functionality. Anything coloured white on thelaptop corresponds to the machine’s ‘human interface’: the cover, the keyboard,the start button. Everything black is the ‘core technology’: USB ports, cardslots and headphone jacks.
Inside info
The new Amilo 3000 series of laptops also has interestinginnards to compliment its chassis. The computers – depending on which type youchoose – include: an AMILO GraphicBooster, which gives a notebook 470 per centmore graphic power; Hybrid Graphic tech (with NVIDIA or ATI) that allows you todynamically switch between discrete graphics and UMA graphics in real time,with no reboot required; BrilliantView, for sharper contrast, crisper images andincreased colour depth; and an optional Blu-ray drive.
There are a multitude of laptops to choose from, includingentry-level, business, and high-end gaming machines.
Not a fashion item
Toni Koberling, Senior Consultant Product Design, says aboutthe range: “It is the first time we have created a unified design concept.
“We do not believe that computers should be like fashionaccessories, changing every season at the designer’s whim. Our aim is to uniteand element of technology and a user-friendly interface.”
Though no UKpricing or on-sale dates have been announced, we’ve contacted Fujitsu Siemensand will update as soon as we get a response.