The device also has a 13.2 megapixel camera with autofocus and 32GB of flash storage. Also Bluetooth (2.1 + EDR) and WiFi (802.11b/g/n). It will come in pink, a yellowish/green color and the always popular black. Interested?
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Fujitsu has announced a pair of new workstation laptops for running intensive apps like CAD/CAM offerings. Fujitsu says that these machines offer power that was previously only available in desktop workstations. These new laptops are called the Celsius H910 and the Celsius H710.
The H910 packs in a 17.3-inch screen and new Core i5 or i7 processors from Intel. It also has options for NVIDIA Quadro 4000M or 3000M graphics and up to 32GB of RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, and 3G. No word on storage options or price yet however.
The Fujitsu LifeBook. Sounds like a medical alert bracelet mashed up with a notebook. Thankfully, it’s a lot nicer than that. And the T901 tablet PC is now for sale in the US. It is powered by an Intel Core i5-2520M processor and boasts a 13.3-inch, 1280 x 768 LCD that supports NVIDIA’s Optimus graphics.
That display also features an active digitizer, and for an extra $100 you can rock the dual digitizer that allows five-finger capacitive multitouch. It also features a modular bay so you can swap in a second battery or hard drive, etc. Not enough? How about an integrated fingerprint sensor to keep it all safe?
Docomo and Fujitsu have introduced the world’s first dual mode PC/Phone running on an Intel ATOM CPU. The F-07C is mostly an ultra compact Tablet like PC with a slide-out QWERTY Keyboard and trackball in an ultra compact body (125x61x19.8mm).
Some features include a 1.2 ATOM CPU, a 4” touchscreen with a 600×1024 resolution, a 5Mp rear camera and a 0.32Mp front camera, 1GB of RAM, 32GB SSD, WIfi BGN, Bluetooth. And a dual Smartphone mode running Symbian.
Fujitsu has a new family member in its Esprimo FH all-in-one PC series. The Fujitsu FH56/DD features a 20-inch LCD display, a built-in TV tuner and built-in Onkyo speakers. In short it should deliver an amazing multimedia experience.
Other features include Intel Core i5-2520M processors (2.50-3.20GHz), 4GB DDR3 memory, 2TB of storage, a Blu-ray burner, Intel HD Graphics 3000, a 1.3MP webcam, a media card reader, LAN, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and the Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 OS.
Whether this tablet is stylistic or not is debatable, but one thing is for sure, most tablets don’t have Smart Card readers, fingerprint scanners and TPM modules, but the Fujitsu Q550 has one of each. That’s a bonus for sure.
The Oak Trail-powered Windows 7 tablet sporting it’s 10.1-inch, 1280 x 800 IPS screen is now ready for US pre-orders. The base model is $729 with a 30GB solid state drive and a two-cell rechargeable battery. For $849 you get 62GB of storage and a four cell swappable Lithium-ion battery. Both have front and rear cameras, HDMI out, a bootable USB 2.0 port, a full-size SD slot and dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi.
A printed brochure from Fujitsu has leaked, showing off the company’s new Loox F-07C smartphone/UMPC. The device can run dual operating systems. Both Windows 7 and Symbian OS. It is also equipped with a 4-inch screen with a resolution of 1024 x 600 and its powered by an Intel Atom Z600 at 1.2GHz and the GPU is an Intel 600 GMA with Direct X 9.0 support.
Onboard storage is a 32GB SSD with an additional SD card slot for expansion to another 32GB. There’s also a full QWERTY keyboard and it measures just 125mm H x 61mm W x 19.8mm.
Fujitsu has unveiled a price range of £749 up to £849 for the Stylistic Q550, its business tablet. The tablet will arrive next month in two versions, one with a 32GB SSD and the other with a 64GB SSD. The tablet will also pack in an Intel ‘Oak Trail’ Atom processor and up to 2GB of RAM.
There’s also WiFi and Bluetooth, front and rear webcams, USB 2.0, HDMI, and an SD card reader with 3G and GPS as extra options.
With seemingly every manufacturer introducing new tablets, it’s no surprise that Fujitsu has something to offer too. The company has unveiled its latest 10-inch mini notebook, called the Lifebook T580.
It features a swivel display, so that the device can be converted into a tablet with multi-touch display. No info on price yet, but other specs include: Up to Intel Core i5 processor, 3G, GPS, Windows 7 Professional, Ambient light sensor and up to 8 hours of battery life.
Clocking in or out of an office usually requires a company card that you flash at the entry and exit points of the building. Fujitsu is working on offering a new solution for hospitals that can be used during the check-in process. This solution will connect electronic card holders using electronic paper to a patient navigation system, where it will guide patients to examination rooms or diagnostic testing rooms etc.
Just insert an IC-equipped registration card, and the electronic card holder will automatically link into the medical facility’s electronic patient navigation system and electronic medical record system to ensure the registration process is complete. It will also show outpatients where to go using visual displays and vibration.
Some of those Specs include an 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 pixel display, 1.7GHz AMD Athlon II Neo K125 processor, Windows 7 Professional, 320GB hard drive, 2GB RAM, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth, Ethernet, 5,800mAh battery, HDMI output, 3 USB ports and a Built-in card reader.
It boasts an 11.6-inch 1366 x 768 pixel display, Athlon Neo K125 1.7GHz processor, AMD M880G chipset, ATI Radeon HD 4225 graphics chip, 2GB RAM, 320GB hard drive, HDMI output, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1, 1.3-megapixel webcam, and Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit.
You can bet that a glut of new 3D products are coming to market and before long, we will have a gob of 3D cameras and video cameras to choose from. Fujitsu is showing off some of its new products at its Fujitsu Forum 2010 in Tokyo.
Among the gear that the company is showing off is an all in one PC that sports a 3D webcam. The camera lets users have 3D video chats and conference calls.
Before the iPad was official, many were predicting that the print market could be saved by eReaders with color screens for reading magazines and other content. Now that the iPad is on the market, it will steal a lot of the thunder from eReaders color or not.
However, there is no denying that an e-paper screen is easier on many eyes than an LCD like the iPad uses. Fujitsu Laboratories has unveiled a new color e-paper screen that is much better than its previous color offering.
Eighteen hours is a long time. I’m on my laptop at least that long everyday, though I have to be plugged in. That power cord is like a leash, my friends and we are but chained dogs. Fujitsu wants to set us free with the new ProGREEN line.
The 14-inch Lifebook E780 has an 18-hour battery life. Yes 18 hours! There’s also the 15.6-inch Lifebook S710. Both are Energy Star 5.0 certified, with LED backlit screens.