Fujitsu recently revealed their new range of touch-enabled business-class products that combine enterprise features like security, with user-friendly design. Hop in and find what they've in store for 2014.
Fujitsu has just launched a myriad of touch-enabled Windows 8 machines, targeted squarely at enterprise users. Besides touch, these business notebooks and tablets also come with stylus input capabilities for extra usability options. Read on for what we found.
Fujitsu is one of the last notebook manufacturers to get into the Ultrabook game, but what better way to start than with Ivy Bridge and two distinct models? Included in the line-up are also some multimedia and enterprise class notebooks.
Specifications wise, the Fujitsu LifeBook T901 seems much like the typical tablet PC one would find in the stores these days. We find out if the it is actually worth its S$3,988 price tag.
The Fujitsu Lifebook SH771 (Core i5) is one that is built for business, and definitely looks the part. Our time with it was limited, but we were still quite impressed with it. Read on to find out why this thin and light 13-inch business notebook gets our nod.
The Fujitsu S-series 13.3-inch LifeBook SH561 (packed with an Intel Core i5-2410M, 2.3GHz CPU) weighs a portable 1.75kg, but carries a price tag of S$2,388. Does it perform? We find out.
Fujitsu releases 10 new Lifebook models, with a focus on going green and providing better biometric security. The new models cater to those looking for mobility, work performance and gaming - all based on the new Sandy Bridge platform from Intel. Check them out!
Fujitsu's new thin and slim netbook makes its way to our labs for a quick preview. Looking all drool worthy and slim is the LifeBook MH330 and we find out if it's worth a bite.
Fujitsu takes computing down to the mini levels with the pocket sized Fujitsu LifeBook UH900. And yes, it does fit comfortably in the pocket.
Fujitsu's latest ScanSnap S1500 will convert your office into a paperless one in no time.