- Expanded line-up of touch-screen/pen-enabled devices featuring Windows® 8, including the innovative LIFEBOOK® T902 convertible notebook, LIFEBOOK T732 convertible notebook, STYLISTIC® Q572 tablet PC and STYLISTIC Q702 hybrid tablet PC
- With one of the industry’s widest choices of form factors, Fujitsu helps assure business customers that they will find the right device to enjoy Windows 8
- Enterprises can choose between Windows 8 or Windows 7 licenses
Sunnyvale, CALIF. – Oct. 19, 2012 – Fujitsu today introduces one of the widest selections of devices featuring Windows 8, including its first Windows 8-based hybrid tablet, the Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q702.
From tablets to convertibles to a revolutionary hybrid, the Fujitsu portfolio is designed to help accelerate dramatic changes in the way people are working with computers – incorporating touch, always-on connectivity and a consistent user experience across PCs, notebooks and tablets. Under the moniker Reshaping the Workplace, Fujitsu is embracing the industry megatrend toward “bring your own device,” and the increasing number of people who are working with multiple devices throughout the day.
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The Verdict: The 14-inch Fujitsu LifeBook U772 incorporates business-friendly features in a fast and long-lasting Ultrabook.
While most Ultrabooks are aimed at consumers, Fujitsu is making sure business users are covered, too. The $1,149 Fujitsu LifeBook U772 takes features such as an Ivy Bridge processor and an SSD and combines them with a fingerprint scanner, a SIM card slot and a docking connector. Add to that a 14-inch display in an attractive 13-inch chassis and all-day battery life, and you’ve got yourself a potent mix. Is this the ideal Ultrabook for road warriors?
With its sturdy silver magnesium alloy and distinctive chrome logo smack dab in the center, the LifeBook U772 is sort of a cross between the MacBook Air and the Sony VAIO T Series 13. And that’s a good thing. The lid repels fingerprints, and we like that the small lip along the front makes the machine easy to open.
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When the infamous shark from the original Jaws first made its appearance, the town in which the shark appeared was unable to comprehend what exactly the town was up against. A massive killer with amazing resilience is certainly an apt description – and one that Intel no doubt hopes will become an apt description as well for its new Ultrabook concept.
When it comes down to information technology hardware tools the enterprise world, at least as far as its collective workforce is concerned, has never had it so good. From an enormous range of BYOD smartphones to the iPad (and a collection of other much less deployed tablets), the enterprise workforce has had lots of smart mobile device choice become the norm for ways to drive a more mobile and more nimble way of working. The laptop, for the most part the one de facto and ubiquitous piece of enterprise-supplied hardware hasn’t, however, truly participated in this mobile-driven explosion of choices – and could conceivably become obsolete over time.
Redesigns High-Performance LIFEBOOK T902 Convertible Tablet PC
Toronto, ONTARIO – Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference – July 9, 2012 – Fujitsu today expanded its mobile portfolio – debuting the versatile STYLISTIC® Q702 business hybrid tablet featuring an 11.6-inch AH-IPS HD, dual digitizer, multi-touch display for pen or touch input – and a productivity-enhancing optional attachable keyboard docking station that turns the sleek tablet into a traditional notebook. For business professionals requiring a tablet with a keyboard attached at all times, Fujitsu has refreshed the LIFEBOOK® T902 convertible tablet PC, featuring a frameless 13.3-inch HD+ anti-glare widescreen display — the largest screen available with touch and pen support. Fujitsu designed the STYLISTIC Q702 hybrid tablet and the LIFEBOOK T902 tablet PC with the goal of being used with Windows® 8.
The STYLISTIC Q702 hybrid tablet is designed to accommodate various work-styles. Ideal for on-your-feet computing, the STYLISTIC Q702 is perfect for use in healthcare, education, retail POS, insurance and anywhere where a tablet is the preferred solution, but it doesn’t end there. Attach the optional keyboard dock and your tablet transforms into a notebook complete with WLAN, USB, and VGA connectivity as well as an additional battery. Complete all your keyboard intensive tasks with the keyboard dock and then, with the flip of a switch, you’re back in tablet mode. You only need to take with you what you need when you need it. Continue reading Fujitsu Debuts New Hardware Design With STYLISTIC Q702 Business Hybrid Tablet
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Fujitsu has introduced three new Lifebook notebooks that run Intel Ivy Bridge processors and offer business users a variety of options, from Smart Card slots to fingerprint readers and a hard-drive Shock Sensor.
Fujitsu is following up its Lifebook Ultrabook introduction with a trio of commercial notebooks, also running third-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors. Ranging from full-size to subcompact, these laptops are meant for a variety of business users, from those behind reception desks to mobile workers in offices and those who frequently jetset. All three notebooks offer pricing that starts below $1,000, and all are available immediately.
As with the Ultrabook, Fujitsu is putting an emphasis on the “built to order” nature of these machines, which allow businesses to “design systems that meet their exact requirements for maximum productivity,” Paul Moore, Fujitsu vice president of PC product marketing and management, said in a June 19 statement. Continue reading Fujitsu Lifebook Business Laptops Offer Intel Ivy Bridge Chips
Sunnyvale, CALIF. – June 19, 2012 – Fujitsu (http://solutions.us.fujitsu.com) today introduced a trio of commercial LIFEBOOK® notebooks — the full-size 15.6-inch LIFEBOOK E752; the 14-inch thin, light and economical LIFEBOOK S752; and the 13.3-inch high-performance, subcompact LIFEBOOK S762 notebook.
Powered by the new 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i5 or i7 processor, all three LIFEBOOK notebooks feature optional SSD cache or SSD drives with Intel® Rapid Start Technology for powering up with the speed of an Ultrabook™ device. In addition, the notebook trio offers a versatile modular bay allowing users to remove the optical drive to lighten the load when travelling or to install a second battery, which along with the high-capacity standard battery provides up to 15.5 hours1 of operation.
With an optional anti-microbial keyboard for protecting against harmful bacteria, the notebook trio is ideal for deploying in shared environments such as schools, reception desks, and libraries. All three notebooks are also equipped with a webcam LED indicator to signal when the webcam is operational. Continue reading Fujitsu Introduces Trio of LIFEBOOK Business Notebooks from Subcompact to Full-Size
Sunnyvale, CALIF., June 5, 2012 – Fujitsu today announced it has been awarded the 21st Century Achievement Award for its fast and innovative response to the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Using information technology, Fujitsu responded immediately on March 11, 2011, to ensure social, industrial, economic and educational infrastructure was available in the wake of the natural disaster. Fujitsu was selected from a pool of 20 finalists in the Environment category; it was the only Japanese company nominated in 2012, and one of only three non-US based companies.
When the earthquake hit, the Fujitsu disaster support teams quickly developed a cloud-based, real-time information solution – spanning hardware, software and services – that allowed evacuation centers to align the efforts of non-profit organizations with the concrete needs of disaster victims. Beyond enterprise solutions, Fujitsu offered 2,000 LIFEBOOK® notebooks/Tablet PCs to 100 evacuation centers, giving local people access to the Internet, real-time information and safety information, allowing for communication with families to stay in touch with evacuees from outside the disaster area. Further examples of the response from Fujitsu can be found on the case study website. Continue reading Fujitsu Receives 2012 Computerworld Honor Award for Response to Earthquake and Tsunami
Sunnyvale, CALIF. – June 5, 2012 – Fujitsu (http://solutions.us.fujitsu.com) is kicking off the summer product season today, introducing two LIFEBOOK® Ultrabook™ devices — the 14″ LIFEBOOK U772 Ultrabook™ designed for business professionals and the 13.3″ LIFEBOOK UH572 Ultrabook ideal for consumers — powered by the 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processors, which enable improved performance and extended battery life. Stylish and durable with magnesium alloy housing, both Fujitsu Ultrabook systems offer large touchpads with integrated buttons and multi-touch gesture support.
In addition to the new LIFEBOOK Ultrabook systems, Fujitsu introduced the refreshed Fujitsu LIFEBOOK NH532 desktop replacement notebook featuring a 17.3″ HD+ display and powered by a new 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor.
The 14″ LIFEBOOK U772 Ultrabook is distinguished by its frameless WXGA HD Crystal View display delivering edge-to-edge viewing and support for an optional port replicator for easy docking/connecting to an external monitor, mouse and/or keyboard. Sporting an ultra slim .69″ profile, weighing 3.15 pounds, a fast boot-up and offering approximately 7 hours of battery life,1 it’s the perfect business companion to take to the office or on the road. Available with either an Intel® Core™ i5 or Intel® Core™ i7 processor with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology, the LIFEBOOK U772 Ultrabook delivers the power and performance to easily run most programs. Optional 3G WWAN will be offered in Q3 2012. Continue reading Fujitsu Introduces Family of LIFEBOOK Ultrabook™ Devices for Consumers and Business Professionals
Sunnyvale, CALIF. – April 18, 2012 – Fujitsu (http://solutions.us.fujitsu.com) today introduced the LIFEBOOK® AH532 desktop alternative notebook and the LIFEBOOK LH532 thin and light notebook, which are among the first systems to incorporate the new mobile Intel® platform. Continue reading Fujitsu Introduces LIFEBOOK Notebooks Powered by Newest Mobile Intel® Platform
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Ultrabooks may be targeting part of the tablet market, but using a tablet is a different experience from using a thin notebook computer. Meanwhile, convertible and hybrid form factors are gaining traction, and accessories can be used to add full-sized keyboards to tablet computers. Is there a form factor on which the mobile computer market is converging?
The stage is set for a new battle of mobile form factors. The winner could set a new non-desktop standard for consumers and office workers looking for a better alternative to bulky laptops.
Lighter, thinner and more powerful are the key factors guiding the designs of tablets, convertibles, hybrids and Ultrabooks. All four form factors challenge the range of sizes found in traditional notebook computers.
The netbook is perhaps a casualty of the last round of form factor skirmishing. Those undersized and, to a large extent, underpowered tinybooks just never grabbed enough consumer favor to compete with the iPad and non-Apple wanna-be devices sans keyboards.