Have you found yourself clamoring over the latest ultra-thin device on the market? Fujitsu has just announced the world's first thin, cooling device for use in compact electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets. Read on to find out more.
Bearing Fujitsu’s distinct F-Line design, the Lifebook UH554 and UH574 comes with an ultra-responsive touch panel, Intel WiDi (Wireless Display), long battery life, and advanced security features to keep data protected.
Tech News Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 Equipped with Book Image Correction & Page Turning Detection Announced
Fujitsu has launched the SV600, a new lineup in the ScanSnap series, which delivers simple and speedy paper-to-PDF digitization in a compact design.
Fujitsu has just revealed the existence of the 14-inch Fujitsu Lifebook UH90 Ultrabook. It's designed like some of the older UH series products, but it has a whopping 3200 x 1800p touch display, one of the highest ever seen on an Ultrabook.
Fujitsu has unveiled the latest Lifebook E Series that comprises of three flagship business notebooks Lifebook E753, Lifebook E743, and Lifebook E733. This is the first series of Fujitsu Lifebook models to embody Fujitsu's 'Family Concept'.
Built with the newly developed image processing engine "GI" which supports the latest Wi-Fi and USB 3.0 interfaces, the ScanSnap iX500 desktop scanner comes with the ability to scan and save information directly from the scanner with their smartphones or tablets over the local Wi-Fi network, eliminating the use of a PC.
Powered by an Intel Ivy Bridge i5 processor, the 13.3-inch CH702 runs on the Windows 8 platform, and comes preloaded with Fujitsu's Diary and Scrapbook, which are fun applications that allows users to organize tasks, announce important updates, enhance photos, collate interesting information, and share on social media platforms such as Twitter or Facebook.
PlayStation-like content will be offered to a variety of popular mobile devices in nine countries including Japan, US, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Australia with more countries to follow.