Today, Fujitsu announced the launch of four new devices of which two will be available with a PalmSecure option. Although, there were some laptops with PalmSecure before, the new series will be the first one to provide this feature from beginning in a normal configuration.
The company also introduces its first-ever Broadwell-based notebooks supporting Intel’s newest CPU generation. While the first three devices will be widely available, the last one can only be ordered on project-basis.
The LIFEBOOKs U745, S935 and T725 will be shown at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in March and are partly successors of current devices.
The LIFEBOOK U745 follows the steps of the U904 and offers a wide field of configuration options. Based on a HD+ (1.600x900px) display you can order it with several Intel CPU’s and hard drive options. You can also choose NFC to be available.
With a weight of 1.25kg, Fujitsu again offers a lot of configuration and IGZO-displays with a resolution of up to 2.560x.1.440px.
The LIFEBOOK T725 is something you could see as Fujitsu keeping connections to its root. The 12.5-inch 2in1 can be used with a port replicator model which is shared by 8 models. It also provides the modular bay letting you replace the optical drive by either a second battery or hard drive for example.
The display has a pretty low resolution of 1.366x768px and again offers a lot of configurations although NFC will not be available.
The full list can be seen here.
The LIFEBOOK T935 will success the LIFEBOOK T904 and be only available on project-basis, meaning that Fujitsu only produces on order.
It keeps its 2.560×1.440px IGZO-display but also can be ordered with newest hardware, PalmSecure and NFC.
More information can be found here.
So far there are no full informatio on pricing and availability. We will keep you updated!