The Esprimo Q5030 weighs just 1.7kg, has a volume of 1.4 litres and features Intel Centrino 2 processors for better performance, according to the firm. It also includes six USB ports and an integrated WLAN antenna.
Fujitsu Siemens has also sought to bolster its green credentials by designing the device to comply with Energy Star 4 requirements – with an annual energy consumption of less than 80 kilowatt hours.
The Q5030 will be available from mid-August and prices start at £415 excluding VAT.
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