New Winbook Fusion PC

The innovative Fusion PC is not a media center PC, but an entirely new product category of transportable, affordable entertainment convergence device.

TV + DVD + MP3 + FM Radio + PC + PVR
Fusion PC is an all-in-one entertainment convergence device which combines a television, DVD, MP3, FM radio, personal computer and personal video recorder, similar to TIVO®, all starting at just $1,099.¹

‘The revolutionary new Fusion PC is perfect for dorm room, conference room, kitchen, a child’s bedroom, or wherever space is limited, but capabilities need to be maximized,” said Dan Burns, WinBook president.

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System Features WinBook Fusion PC F220 WinBook Fusion PC F260
Processor Intel Celeron 2.2 GHz Intel Pentium 4 2.66 GHz
L2 Cache 128 k 512 k
Data Bus Speed 400 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB) 533 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB)
Display 15-inch XGA (1,024 x 768) LCD TFT 15-inch XGA (1,024 x 768) LCD TFT
Memory 512 MB PC2100 DDR SDRAM (1024MB Max) 512 MB PC2100 DDR SDRAM (1024MB Max)
Memory Configuration 1 x 512 DIMM memory chip 1 x 512 DIMM memory chip
Memory Slot Available 184-pin DIMM slot 184-pin DIMM slot
Hard Drive 120 GB 5,400 RPM Ultra DMA HDD 160 GB 7,200 RPM Ultra DMA HDD
Video VIA Savage 4X AGP with 32MB SMA VIA Savage 4X AGP with 32MB SMA
Sound Integrated AC97 Soundblaster-compatible 16-bit stereo audio with dual speakers Integrated AC97 Soundblaster-compatible 16-bit stereo audio with dual speakers
Integrated Modem 56k capable V.92 fax/modem 56k capable V.92 fax/modem
Ethernet 10/100 Fast Ethernet 10/100 Fast Ethernet
Optical Drive 8X DVD/CD-RW 8X DVD-R/RW
Mouse Dual-button wireless Dual-button wireless
Keyboard Wireless Full-sized Ergonomically-designed keyboard with numeric keypad and full-sized function keys Wireless Full-sized Ergonomically-designed keyboard with numeric keypad and full-sized function keys
Remote Wireless remote control Wireless remote control
Internet Browser Easy Access keys 5 5
Multimedia Easy Access keys 4 4
Application Easy Access Keys 5 5
Ports and Connectors Four USB 2.0; two Firewire (1394); FM antenna in RCA port; Antenna in Coaxial port; S-Video TV-in; TV-in composite RCA port; S/PDIF Digital Audio port; Modem RJ-11 port; Network RJ45 port; Microphone port; headphone port; Audio Line-in port Four USB 2.0; two Firewire (1394); FM antenna in RCA port; Antenna in Coaxial port; S-Video TV-in; TV-in composite RCA port; S/PDIF Digital Audio port; Modem RJ-11 port; Network RJ45 port; Microphone port; headphone port; Audio Line-in port
Power Supply 180 watt power supply 180 watt power supply
Weight 24 pounds 24 pounds
Warranty 1-year parts & labor 1-year parts & labor
Technical Support via Toll-free number or website via Toll-free number or website
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Microsoft Windows XP
Price with 1-year warranty $1,099 (1)

$1,499 (2)

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