updated 06:06 pm EDT, Tue October 8, 2013
New devices double touch capable devices in Fujitsu's stable
Electronics manufacturer Fujitsu has doubled its touch-enabled portfolio of of Lifebook notebooks and Stylistic tablet PCs. Launched today are the Lifebook U904 and S904, 14-inch and 13.3-inch high-resolution notebooks; and the Lifebook T904 and T734, a pair of convertible Ultrabooks. Also debuting today are a pair of tablets: the Stylistic Q584 10.1-inch tablet, and the Q704 12.5-inch semi-ruggedized tablet PC with up to a fourth generation Intel Core i7 processor.
The Lifebook U904 boasts a 14-inch 3,200x1,800 IGZO display, with the S904 coming in at 2,560x1,440 in 13.3-inches. Both models can be configured with a Core i7 Haswell processor, and LTE connectivity. The U904 will be available in October, with the S904 shipping in November.
Both the Lifebook T904 and T734 have rotating displays to allow the device to be used as a tablet. Little firm information is available on these models at the moment, with the exception of screen resolution. The T904 has the same screen as the Lifebook S904, with the T734 coming in at 12.5 inches and 1,366x768 resolution. Both the Lifebook T904 and T734 ship in January 2014.
The Q584 tablet is Fujitsu's first with the BayTrail-T system-on-a-chip (SoC) and has a screen resolution of 2,560x1,600. The Q704 has a larger screen but lower resolution of 1,920x1080 and as previously mentioned, can be configured with as much as a quad-core i7 processor. The Q584 will be available at retail in November, with the Q704 hitting stores in December. Pricing is not available for any of Fujitsu's new releases.