We still have stuff to cover from the Fujitsu Forum 2013, which took place in Munich last week. However, with the completion of my article series on Fujitsu’s newest devices, this article displays a summary of all new five devices. I will describe every device shortly and then link to the extended hands-on with additional pictures.
Let’s start this with the new LIFEBOOKs, which can be surely described as a major improvement. Every article will have multiple images, technical specifications and a video for each device. Most of the devices will also have an IGZO-panel. For those of you who don’t know what IGZO is, I recommend reading this short explanation.
The LIFEBOOK U904 as shown at the Fujitsu Forum 2013.
The LIFEBOOK U904 is truly a major highlight in Fujitsu’s upcoming portfolio. It will be powerful, thin and light. However, it will still have an amazing display resolution of 3.200 x 1.800px incorporated into the display and powered by Sharp’s IGZO-technology.
With the combination of touch and Ultrabook, the U904 is a high-performance device for every sophisticated person who doesn’t want to be restricted by technological limits.
For more on the U904, take a look at this article.
The LIFEBOOK T904, one of Fujitsu’s newest devices
The LIFEBOOK T904 is Fujitsu’s newest device in the area of Convertible Ultrabooks. This means that you can turn around the display in both directions and even transform the device to a tablet.
But that’s not everything. Since the T904 is clearly aiming professional customers, it will not only incorporate a high-resolution IGZO-display but also a so-called dual digitizer. You can operate the T904 with a pen or with your finger and the device can even recognize if you are using the pen or the finger. You can for example set up the panel to stop recognizing your hand while using a pen.
Want to know more about the T904? This way, please.
The silver version of the LIFEBOOK S904
The S904 is technically not an Ultrabook but still amazingly thin and light. Its specialty? A battery runtime of 24 hours.
While delvering this amazing runtime, the S904 still comes with an IGZO-based touchscreen-display with a resolution of 2.560 x 1.440px. It also has space for an optical drive or second battery or hard drive.
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The STYLISTIC Q704
Fujitsu did not only launch new Ultrabooks but also two new tablets, on of them: the STYLISTIC Q704. The tablet-pc is Fujitsu’s newest approach in the hybrid-region meaning that the tablet can be easily transformed into a fully functional notebook by attaching a keyboard to it.
It also has a display size of 12.5-inches with a full HD-resolution and an Intel Core i-CPU. The Q704 is the perfect hybrid for professional customers out there since it combines power with mobility.
Need to know more? Head over here.
The STYLISTIC Q584
We conclude our overview with the new tablet-PC based on Intel’s new BayTrail-platform. This 10-inch tablet with an astonishing resolution of 2.560 x 1.440px comes with an energy-efficient CPU and a thin design. Like the Q704, you can change the back cover of the device and replace it for example with a stronger one.
You became curious? Then take a closer look here.
Those 5 devices represent the most important newcomers in the last few weeks. Our coverage of the Fujitsu Forum 2013 continues soon, so stay tuned!