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Articles tagged with: fujitsu

The Fujitsu Lifebook SH531 Shines On

Fujitsu has just launched its all new Lifebook SH531. This LifeBook carries a 13.3″ LED-backlit display and shows off a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, with D-Sub and HDMI connections.

The Fujitsu LifeBook SH531 laptop is powered by a variety of Intel processors, ranging from Pentiums all the way up to an i5, and users can opt for up to 8GB of RAM and/or 500GB of storage space.

Fujitsu Showcases Next Generation Epaper

Fujitsu has released their next generation cholesteric LCD color E-paper and have demonstrated its capabilities at the International Digital Publishing Exposition in Tokyo, Japan.

The company showcased the new E-paper module on the FLEPia color device that they have in development. For a prototype, it works pretty darn good, sans the 0.7 second lag.

South Korea To Move All Students To Tablets And E-books

South Korea, the world’s most wired nation, has announced that it expects to replace all paper textbooks with electronic tablets at its state-run schools by 2015.

Ever since the Kindle e-reader hopped onto the scene in 2007, the dream of completely digitalizing all educational material and cramming it into a slim and light device slowly became feasible, albeit at turtle speeds.

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.

A Second Look At The Fujitsu Loox F-07C

Fujitsu recently showed us a very cool smartphone called the Loox F-07C. While this isn’t your typical smartphone name (e.g. desire, merge, sensation, thrill), I have to give Fujitsu props for coming up with its own style. The Loox F-07C is a dual-mode phone that features an Intel Atom processor allowing users to have the processing power needed in a Windows 7 tablet in the bite-sized form factor of a smartphone.

The F-07C can be booted as a tablet running Windows 7 or as a smartphone running the, ugh, Symbian operating system. Sorry, not a huge fan of Symbian, but the dual-mode feature is super cool and not something you ordinarily see on today’s smartphones.

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Coming Next Week

Fujitsu is preparing to ship its new Stylistic Q550 tablet computer next week. The tablet PC will carry a razor sharp 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 Oak Trail processor, a 10.1″ 1280 x 800 resolution IPS display, dual digitizer for stylus input and four-finger multi-touch control. Users will be able to pop in a 2.5″ SSD into the machine to experience the full force of the 2GB laptop.

Of course, you get your standard WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth support, and optional 3G and GPS connectivity as well. Ports include an HDMI output, SDHC memory card slot, USB port, and a fingerprint scanner.

Lifebook X2 Concept By Fujitsu

Fujitsu is introducing the Lifebook X2 Concept to us, an extremely portable and very slender laptop. Upon opening the Lifebook, the user will see an ultra widescreen display palm-based device. When the device is fully opened you have yourself a perfect contestant for a modern netbook.

Assuming this Lifebook were ever to make it on the market, I would guess the specs to be very limited. I say that because it seems Fujitsu focused on portability in this design rather than performance. I also cannot imagine someone buying such a small device to do intensive work. The bronze/copper finish makes the device look like it was built for older people who may be looking for a futuristic experience.