Fujitsu made a huge announcement today presenting a lot of new products. This doubles their touch portfolio, the company reporrts.
This launch includes two new Ultrabooks and two standard notebooks: the U904, the S904, the T904 and the T734 which directly apprach business customers and meet different demands.
LIFEBOOK U904 (Ultrabook)
The U904 is part of the Superior line indicating that its suited to provide a lot of power for business customers.
The U904 is a new high-end device featuring the IGZO-panel with an astonishing resoultion of 3200 x 1800 pixels (WQHD+) and a LED backlight. The 14-inch display is available in a glare and non-glare version. The glare version supports touch input, the anti-glare version doesn’t,
The U904 is only 15,5mm thin and weighs 1.39kg. It can be configured to support connections up to 4G/LTE. As for the CPU, the Intel Core i5 and the i7 can be ordered.
Full information and technical specs can be found at Fujitsu’s homepage.
Still part of the Superior-line but no Ultrabook: the S904. Although it’s no Ultrabook, Fujitsu still promises a battery runtime of up to 24 hours.
While the display has a size of 13,3 inches, it also comes with an IGZO-panel (2560 x 1440 pixels) in a glare (and touch-compatible) and anti-glare (no touch) display. If you don’t want IGZO and LED-backlight, you can also order a standard display with the same resolution. Again you can set up a Core i5 or Core i7 CPU and get a connection unit supporting 4G/LTE.
Full details, pictures and technical specs are available on Fujitsu’s homepage.
LIFEBOOK T904 (Ultrabook)
The T904 is not only a Superior-Ultrabook. It’s also a convertible and still 17.1mm thin.
The technical specs are very similar to the S904. However, the display is quite different. It has a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and supports touch and pen input (it can recognize which input method you are using!).
More details as always on the homepage.
Let’s leave the Superior line and get to the last laptop for today: the T734, part of Fujitsu’s Advanced series. Like the T904, the T734 is a convertible meaning that you can spin the display around.
The T734 is the smaller brother of the T904 coming with an IPS-panel and a 12.5-inch display with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels.
It also has a bay for on optical drive (up to Blu-ray) or a second hard drive. The CPU ranges from the Core i3 to the Core i7. With a weight of 1.8kg, the T734 is slightly heavier than its bigger brother.
More on this product here.
All laptops come with Windows 8.1 Pro, Microsoft’s newest OS. A price is not available, the launch of the products is today, meaning that they can be ordered from now on. Fujitsu als launched two new tablets, so stay tuned for more news!