Fujitsu Throws Down New Workstation Laptops
Fujitsu has just announced a pair of new workstation laptops that are designed to run data intensive applications such as those needed for computer-aided design. Fujitsu claim that only these notebooks offer comparable computing power to a desktop workstation. The notebooks are called the Celsius H910 and Celsius H710 notebooks.
The H910 claims 17.3 inches of screen real-estate and can be supplemented with either an Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor. The H910 gives options for an Nvidia Quadro 4000M or 3000M graphics and offers up to 32GB of RAM. Consumers will get the typical WiFi, Bluetooth, and 3G connectivity with their new system. At this time we are unaware if storage options and prices.
If you don’t require quite as large a screen, you can opt for the smaller 15.6″ H710 workstation. The H710 also offers the same optional Intel processors and still uses Nvidia graphics, but comes with a Quadro 1000M unit and offers up to 16GB of RAM (still plenty for most intensive apps). Again, these machines are workstation laptops, designed to render hours upon hours of video at a time. This isn’t your typical “fun, let’s play” laptop, so bear that in mind when you see the hefty price tag attached to either of these models. These models are not displayed within the photos to the left.