Fujitsu's Esprimo Q9000 packs the guts of a laptop into a tiny desktop system. There’s a 2.13GHz Intel Core i3-330M with integrated Intel HD graphics, 4GB of DDR 3 memory, a 160GB Hitachi laptop hard drive and Gigabit Ethernet. Fujitsu Esprimo Q9000 There's an 802.11n Wi-Fi option - it was included in the test unit - and you …
No blu-ray playback?
Though this detracts from the 'media centre PC' idea, especially in this day and age, is the slot-loading drive replaceable? And if so, would it cope with Blu-ray playback? (If not, there's always external Blu-Ray drives)
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