Touchscreens include fingerprint-resistant coating
Fujitsu is preparing to sell some new additions to its mobile computing and stationary computer catalog. The Arrows Tab is a water-resistant Android tablet, two new Lifebooks offer fingerprint-resistant screens, while the Esprimo range includes new all-in-one computers with built-in television recievers and DVR functions.
Both Ivy Bridge systems gain options for 10 hour battery life
Fujitsu has unveiled two notebooks that are set to arrive later this year. Both are aimed at business users and institutions; the Q702 is an 11.6-inch tablet hybrid with an optional keyboard dock, while the LifeBook T902 is more of a standard notebook that can convert into a slate. Both devices will ship with Windows 7, but are Windows 8-ready.
14-inch Lifebook ultrabook sports magnesium body
Fujitsu took the opportunity at the CeBIT show to introduce its ultrabook under the working name Lifebook Premium. Images, specs, and a video come courtesy of NotebookItalia, with the 14-inch notebook sporting a 'frameless' design and the ability to open 180 degrees. The notebook is just 16mm (0.63 inches) thick and weighs 1.5kg (3.3lbs).
Fujitsu TH40D tablet already postponed
Fujitsu in a surprise step delayed its upcoming LifeBook TH40D tablet. Just days before its intended launch, it pushed the release back by an unmentioned amount of time. The company gave no reason other than a "development delay."
Fujitsu T901 convertible tablet now in the US
Fujitsu is now selling its LifeBook T901 convertible tablet PC in the US. The computer gets NVIDIA's Optimus hybrid graphics technology and a 2.5GHz Core i5 processor. The 13.3-inch touchscreen LCD has a resolution of 1280x768 and can be had with an optional dual digitizer that allows five-finger capacitive multi-touch input.
Fujitsu eliminates need for data projector
Fujitsu has unveiled a pair of notebooks with the ability to incorporate an integrated pico projector. The LifeBook S761/C and P771/C have been designed to swap out the optical drive to allow for the inclusion of a pico projector module. The design mitigates the need for users to carry around a separate, and often cumbersome data projector for presentations.
Fujitsu T580 supports keyboard, pen, or fingers
Fujitsu has taken the wraps off its new Lifebook T580, which hinges on a rotatable 10.1-inch 1920x1200 capacitive and pressure sensitive display. Weighing in at just 3.1 pounds and packing as much as an ultra-low voltage 1.33GHz Core i5 processor, it's one of the lightest and most powerful traditional tablet PCs to come to market. It comes loaded with Windows 7 Professional and is one of the few Windows systems to support four-finger multi-touch input. Multi-touch gestures available include double tap, scroll, zoom, and rotate, which will allow users take full advantage of Windows 7ís in-built touch screen capabilities.
Fujitsu intros LifeBook with external 1GB HD 550v
Fujitsu on Friday added a new notebook to its LifeBook lineup, the AH530 GFX. The 15.6-inch computer uses an external 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 550v graphics card and is powered by a choice of Intel Core series processors, though which ones exactly haven't been revealed.
Fujitsu begins shipping entry-level tablet PC
Fujitsu has quietly began offering its new entry-level Lifebook TH700 tablet PC online. The 12.1-inch tablet has a 1280x800 resolution and is powered by a 2.26GHz Intel Core i3 CPU. It gets 4GB of RAM, a 320GB shock-mounted hard drive preloaded with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit and integrated Intel graphics.
LifeBook T730 tablet gets Core i7 option, ships
Fujitsu has stepped up its tablet PC offerings with the 12.1-inch LifeBook T730 . It gets an active digitizer that can be used with a special stylus as standard, but a dual-mode panel can be ordered that can also respond to multi-touch finger inputs. The standard-issue CPU is relatively quick with a 2.4GHz Core i5, with a 2.53GHz Core i5 or 2.66GHz Core i7 optional.
Fujitsu LifeBook MH380 now on sale for $449
The Fujitsu LifeBook MH380 netbook that was introduced late last year has now gone on sale in the US. The 10.1-inch netbook has an LED-backlit display with a 1366x768 resolution and is powered by Intel's recent 1.66GHz Atom CPU. It carries 1GB of RAM (not 2GB as elsewhere) and an integrated Intel graphics chipset.
Fujitsu UH900 offers small touch UMPC for $850
Fujitsu in a low key move today brought the LifeBook UH900 to American shores. Two months after its Asian release, the ultra-mobile PC arrives largely intact and centers on an extremely high resolution 5.6-inch, 1280x800 screen with multi-touch input. It accordingly runs Windows 7 and is a full netbook inside with a 1.6GHz Atom, 2GB of RAM and either a 32GB or 64GB solid-state drive.
Fujitsu LifeBook MH380 has Pine Trail, LED screen
Fujitsu is the latest to introduce a netbook sporting Intel's new Pine Trail platform, the LifeBook MH380. The 10.1-inch netbook has an LED-backlit LCD with 1366x768 resolution. It's rounder than competing products and has a unique feature in its half-sphere indentation that allows for circular motion scrolling. Other specs are largely par for the course with newer netbooks and include a 1.66GHz Atom N450 CPU, 2GB of RAM and a 250GB hard drive.
Fujitsu T900 gets 2.66GHz mobile Core i7
Fujitsu has inadvertently spoiled plans for itself and Intel through an FCC filing (PDF). Cosmetically similar to the LifeBook T5010 convertible tablet, the T900 will be a major performance upgrade with a 2.66GHz mobile Core i7 that will effectively behave like a quad-core processor. Its graphics are likely to remain integrated, but as the i7 will have a new generation of on-processor graphics, visual performance should be faster as well.
Fujitsu UH900 the smallest multi-touch PC yet
Fujitsu on Thursday unveiled what could be the most technically advanced UMPC to date. The LifeBook UH900 has just a 5.6-inch screen but uses a capacitive multi-touch display that takes finger input; appropriately, it comes with Windows 7 Home Premium and gets touch support out of the box. A small thumb trackpad and dedicated buttons for common tasks help simplify tasks that don't always work well with pure touch.
Fujitsu M-series Lifebook spotted at FCC
Fujitsu will soon release a new netbook powered by Intel's new Pineview-based Atom processors, a filing (PDF) at the FCC indicates. The 10.1-inch netbook will be part of Fujitsu's M-series range, with both the MH380 and M380 LifeBook models using the Pineview chip.
Fujitsu LifeBook P3010, P3110 ready
Fujitsu has opted for an unusual end-of-week introduction for a pair of new notebooks in its LifeBook mix. The P3010 and P3110 are the company's first netbook/notebook crossovers and have 11.6-inch screens as well as a long 6.7-hour battery life that can be pushed to 7.2 with an eco mode toggle. They also borrow a technique from Apple that will share a DVD drive on the local network to read or burn discs instead of having to use a physically attached USB optical drive.
Intel Tangent Bay concept
Ahead of its Developer Forum, Intel has demonstrated a new notebook concept it hopes might be more widespread. Nicknamed Tangent Bay, the prototype embeds three OLED multi-touch screens in the main body and makes theses a central part of the interface. They can be used to play media without taking up space on the main display but can also interact with each other: a video queued in one can be played on the other. Content can also be dragged to and from the sub-displays as well as the main LCD.
Fujitsu LifeBook A1120
Fujitsu on Wednesday announced the upcoming release of its LifeBook A1120 notebook PC which is due to replace the current LifeBook A1110. Like the predecessor, the new notebook has swappable lids that lets users customize the look of the computer, but the notebook has upgraded hardware that increases system performance. Processing power comes from a 2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, while RAM can be upgraded up to 4GB. Storage can be optioned up to 250GB on a 5,400RPM SATA hard drive.
Fujitsu LifeBook N7010
Fujitsu today claimed a minor first for the notebook industry with an update to its LifeBook portables. The N7010 has a unique secondary, four-inch touchscreen that runs at the same time as the primary 16-inch screen. The second view gives users a way to control media playback or launch apps without intruding into the main display; built-in apps give users access to Windows' Quick Launch icons or to playing content in Windows Media Player, but users can also drag apps into view as though it were a standard secondary display.
Fujitsu LifeBook P8020
Fujitsu has quietly launched a substantial upgrade to its LifeBooks through the P8020. The ultraportable carries over the unique bezel-free 12-inch LCD of the P8010 but adds a newer, faster Centrino 2-era platform as well as one of the company's few multi-touch trackpads. Owners can perform gestures with one or two fingers, including an Apple-like pinch motion to zoom in or out as well a circular motion for uninterrupted scrolling, much as with iPods.
Fujitsu LifeBook T2020
Fujitsu has announced the launch of its new 12.1-inch LifeBook T2020 convertible tablet notebook on Thursday. Chief among the upgrades compared to the T2010 model it replaces, the new notebook includes a choice of 1.2GHz or 1.4GHz ultra low voltage Core 2 Duos and an eventual solid-stage drive option. Standard RAM is set at 1GB, but it can be upgraded to 2GB or 4GB. The 1280x800 display can be swapped for an outdoor viewable panel of the same resolution.
Fujitsu Life Book A1110
Fujitsu on Wednesday has launched interchangeable color panels for its newly released 15.4-inch LifeBook A1110, which let users customize and bring life to their notebook. Thus far, three standout colors are available apart from the standard black LCD cover, including patterned blue, pink and green colors. The covers are meant to snap on and off easily and repeatedly. Apart from the colorful covers, the A1110 also features a more functional removable dust filter that traps dust and larger particles before it enters the notebook and can be removed to facilitate its cleaning.
Fujitsu LifeBook at FCC
Fujitsu will soon be adding a new ultra-portable LifeBook notebook PC to its range, according to an FCC filing online. The P1630 would effectively replace the current P1620 but retain the former's 8.9-inch touch-screen display good for 1280x768-pixel resolution. It will, however, use a new ultra low-voltage processor, Intel's Core 2 Duo SU9400 running at 1.4GHz.
Fujitsu U2010 Official
Fujitsu today used Singapore as the venue for its next most recent update to the LifeBook U series. Already previewed in basic form, the 5.6-inch convertible tablet switches from the A110 processor to a faster and more efficient 1.6GHz Atom that gives it as much as eight hours of battery life with an optional extended battery and 64GB solid-state drive. In an unusual addition, the ultra-mobile PC also has its own FM transmitter to pipe sound to a nearby radio and save the trouble of porting external speakers.
Fujitsu LifeBook P8010
Switching away from its normal emphasis on work systems, Fujitsu today has unveiled the LifeBook P8010 LE. The limited-run notebook gets a glossy, pink gold hue on its back and is one of the PC maker's few systems to integrate 3G cellular access; a built-in HSDPA modem gives it high-speed Internet access in most 3G-capable countries. The 12-inch portable is also relatively rare in using a lid design that allows for extremely narrow side bezels around the display that gives Fujitsu an opportunity to shrink the notebook design without compromising on the screen size.
Fujitsu Penryn Notebooks
Joining in with other notebook makers, Fujitsu has launched an update to its LifeBook range to use Intel's Penryn-era mobile processors. The 17-inch N6470 (shown) is considered the PC builder's desktop replacement and ships with a 2.6GHz Core 2 Duo that helps with general performance as well as playing HD movies through the optional Blu-ray drive. It also improves storage with dual 300GB drives (or 600GB total) replacing the 250GB disks (500GB) of the older model but carries over the Radeon HD 2600 graphics.