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Fujitsu announced today three new Lifebook models and one new tablet in the Stylistic line, with fifth-generation Intel Core vPro processors. The devices, expected to debut at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in March, include tablet sizes up to 13.3-inch, with one new model of 14-inch ultrabook. The tablets are all hybrid 2-in-1 devices designed to fit a new docking station.
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.
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.
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 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 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 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 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 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 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.