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Plans to release i810e-based machine next year

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Fujitsu Siemens has launched a PC based on Intel's 810 chipset aimed at the SME market. The SCENIC 322 is an entry-level desktop with Intel Celeron 433Mhz chip, 64MB memory, 4.3GB hard drive with 15in monitor and Windows 98. Priced at £559, the machine is a "silent" PC which uses a cooling fan and Air Tunnel technology from Fujitsu Siemens to cut machine noise and save power. A representative for Fujitsu Siemens said company planned a release with the i810e chipset next year. ® Related stories: US vendor targets channel with silent PC

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