This new PC from Fujitsu is so much more expensive ($1000+) than the E2 and has a power consumption listed in its datasheet as TBD, that it hardly competes with us and is thus open grounds for discussion. First, I know "E2" is not the most inspired name but what kind of title is Esprimo Q5030 E-Star4, or even Q5030? This isn't some anonymous manufacturer from Guangzhou with a product on Alibaba, this is Fujitsu Siemens, icons of Germany and Japan, whose ads bombard me from the pages of the Economist! And their product page promises, "This full fledge, next generation PC has a volume of just 1.4 liters." Since I always think of computers (especially full fledge ones) in liters.
Disappointing marketing aside, this seems to be the first attempt by a Wintel assembler to challenge the Mac Mini in specs - up to 2.26GHz Intel Core Duo, DVI output, 2GB RAM, 250GB drive, and DVD-RW drive. Weighs 1.5kg (compared to Aleutia's 505g) but a massive improvement over "Small Form Factor" PCs (that regularly come in over 10kg).
Of course, we're (eventually) heading this direction as well, though with optional Blu-ray and integrated Zigbee.