ARROWS Z FJL22: Fujitsu announces its next smartphone with major improvements

Some of you may not know, that Fujitsu also produces smartphones. That’s because, you won’t see those smartphones outside of Japan. Unfortunately, this will be the case for Fujitsu’s newest smartphone, too.

The ARROWS Z FJL22 in all 3 available colors

The ARROWS Z FJL22 in all 3 available colors

Fujitsu promises some great new improvements. For example, the company promises a device which is twice as fast as the model before.

The battery will have a capacity of 2.600 mAh (the iPhone 5S has 1.560 mAh) and features a new rapid charging-technology, allowing you to charge the phone to over 30% in about 10 minutes.

Fujitsu also added a RAM-unit to the display itself. This way, the TFT LCD-display can store data in this RAM and save power. If you for example display a still image, the display will use the built-in RAM and therefore save energy.

As for the connectivity, Fujitsu also introduces a new concept: ‘Multi-connection’ technology. This means that the phone will use the 3G / LTE and WiFi connection at the same time. It can use both connections at the same time to download content which gives you a faster browsing experience. The battery usage will still be barely higher than with an mobile connection alone.

The FJL22 will also have a fingerprint sensor to enable easier unlocking. Fujitsu also features ‘GRANVU’, a photo-engine in the smartphone to make better and vivid pictures by using intelligent flash and post-processing.

Also the technical specifications promise a high-quality device. The CPU will be a Quadcore 2.2 GHz-CPU (Qualcomm MSM8974), the device will be water-resistant (IPX5/8), infrared, NFC, television broadcast reception, a FM-transmitter, DLNA and Bluetooth 4.0. The operating system will be Android 4.2. So far, I have no information if Fujitsu plans an update to Android 4.4.

The device, which is produced in Japan, will be available from today but only in Japan. I don’t expect any release outside of the country but maybe this may change in future.

(via Fujitsu, thx!)

Fujitsu Forum 2013: The modern challenges of BYOD

On Fujitsu Forum 2013, I also had the chance to talk to some experts about BYOD – also known as Bring your own device.

BYOD is something which became quite popular in companies. Employes are allowed to bring in their own devices or buy a company device and also use it privately.

However, BYOD also bears risks. What about data loss or infected devices? Therefore, I asked Karen Barret and Mikael Tervonen, both experts from Fujitsu, to answer me some questions and show me Fujitsu’s way to challenge modern problems of BYOD.

Fujitsu Forum 2013: Impressions from this year’s event

The Forum is over, but it won’t be forgotten for sure! My third visit of this annual event again fascinated me and showed me a lot of things.

This year's slogan: "Reshaping ICT, Reshaping Business and Society"

This year’s slogan: “Reshaping ICT, Reshaping Business and Society”

Like every year, the Forum provided a lot of talks and events to participate in.

Again, four major keynotes built the frame around the Forum, like for example Dr. Joseph Reger’s keynote. The CTO of Fujitsu talked about modern challenges and gave us interesting insights in Fujitsu’s success stories.

Dr. Joseph Reger, CTO of Fujitsu

Dr. Joseph Reger, CTO of Fujitsu

But also the opening keynote was pretty interesting and was started with a cool short show.

The opening show

The opening show

Of course we also visited breakout sessions and learned a lot of things. However, our focus this year was clearly the exhibition since there was a lot of stuff to cover. We had the luck, that Daniel Klaus and Christian Bock from Fujitsu organized a tour for us.

Christian Bock (left) and Daniel Klaus from Fujitsu

Christian Bock (left) and Daniel Klaus from Fujitsu

The exhibition provided a lot of products like for example a new ATM from Fujitsu. But also new consumer products were displayed which you can find here.

Some of Fujitsu's new devices

Some of Fujitsu’s new devices

But the Forum also had some other fine locations. For example a digital golf course.

The digital golf course

The digital golf course

Or this holographic display which was used to display some new stuff.

The holographic display

The holographic display

But what about the fun? The last two years, Fujitsu organized concerts in the evening but this year the announcement came very late. And instead of a concert, Fujitsu rented a hall of the fair to build an Oktoberfest which was pretty amazing and entertaining.

The Oktoberfest at the Fujitsu Forum 2013

The Oktoberfest at the Fujitsu Forum 2013

And at the end of this article I just played around a little bit with Vine and created this short movie giving you a short glimpse on what was to see on the Forum.

So all in all this Forum was totally worth the visit. It provides a platform for IT experts from all over the world and is the biggest IT Forum in whole Europe.

So clear some time for Fujitsu Forum 2014 and be there! See you in Munich next year!

Fujitsu Forum 2013: All new devices at a glance

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.

LIFEBOOK U904

The LIFEBOOK U904 as shown at the Fujitsu Forum 2013.

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.

LIFEBOOK T904

The LIFEBOOK T904, one of Fujitsu's newest devices

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.

LIFEBOOK S904

The silver version of the LIFEBOOK S904

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.

You should meet this device. It’s easy, just click here!

STYLISTIC Q704

The STYLISTIC Q704

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.

STYLISTIC Q584

The STYLISTIC Q584

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!

Fujitsu Forum 2013: The STYLISTIC Q584 is a little beast

All good things must come to an end and so does this series of articles. With the STYLISTIC Q584 we conclude our journey through Fujitsu’s newest products.

The STYLISTIC Q584

The STYLISTIC Q584

Let’s start again with the technical specs. It should be also noted that the Q584 is based on Intel’s new BayTrail platform of Atom CPUs. Those CPUs are build to last long, deliver average performance and stay cool. Perfect for a tablet.

DescriptionValue
Operating SystemWindows 8.1
Windows 8.1 Pro
ProcessorIntel® BayTrail-T™ SoC, Quad Core Intel® Atom™ Processor Z3770, 2 MB, 2.4 GHz
Hard disk driveSSD mSATA, 64 GB
SSD mSATA, 128 GB
Interfaces1 x DC-in
1 x Audio: line-in / line-out
2 (digital) x Internal microphones
1 x Micro USB 2.0
1 x USB 3.0 total
via optional cradle or optional adapter cable accessory x VGA
via optional cradle or optional adapter cable accessory x Ethernet (RJ-45)
1 x Docking connector for Port Replicator
1 x SmartCard slot
1 x SIM card slot ( MicroSIM )
1 x Memory card slots
Display25.7 cm (10.1-inch), IPS dual digitizer, (WQXGA), 2560 x 1600 pixel, 800:1, 400 cd/m²

An like before, Markus Seifart was so kind to give us a short introduction to the Q584 and its functions.

But Intel’s BayTrail is not the only special thing about the STYLISTIC Q584. Its display is extremely strong with a resolution of 2.560 x 1.600px on 10 inches. It also contains a dual digitizer which means it can be used with a special pen and recognize your finger and the pen. You can for example write on the Q584 with a pen and put your hand on the device. It will not recognize your hand and only use the pen for input.

The Q584 on its cradle

The Q584 on its cradle

The Q584 also comes with an optional docking solution, in this case a cradle with additional ports. But before we start off, we will first check out the device itself.

On the left side you can find the audio jack, the power button, the volume buttons, a button which can be freely allocated and speakers.

The left side of the Q584

The left side of the Q584

The front only contains the dock connector for the docking station.

The front of the STYLISTIC Q584

The front of the STYLISTIC Q584

On the right side you can find the pen, the microSD- and SIM-port, an USB 3.0- and microUSB-port and the power-in. The ports are protected since the Q584 is partly dust- and water-proof. You may not bath with it but it can get a little bit wet.

The right side of the Q584

The right side of the Q584

The docking station is optional but transforms your Q584 into a small PC. It gives the tablet-PC a possibility to stand and function as a display.

The dock connector of the Q584

The dock connector of the Q584

The docking station also adds some ports to the Q584. Three additional USB-ports, a HDMI-port, a VGA-port and an Ethernet-port. Unfortunately, I forgot to make a photo of the backside so I will use Fujitsu’s official photo instead.

The docking station of the Q584

The docking station of the Q584 / Picture: Fujitsu

The battery is estimated to run for 10 hours and the weight varies from 640g to 660g based on the shell used. The Q584 is perfect for users who need a light device which still delivers the performance needed and can be transformed into a fully functional working station.

The STYLISTIC Q584

The STYLISTIC Q584

I don’t have any price estimate for the Q584, but a starting price under 1.000USD would surprise me. For more information check out Fujitsu’s website.

Fujitsu Forum 2013: Checking out the STYLISTIC Q704

Our release “party” continues as we switch from LIFEBOOKs to the STYLISTIC Q704 tablet-PC. Fujtsu’s new tablet-PC comes with a display size of 12.5 inches.

The STYLISTIC Q704

The STYLISTIC Q704

First of all, the technical specifications:

DescriptionValue
Operating SystemWindows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
Windows 8.1 64-bit
Windows® 7 Professional 64-bit
ProcessorIntel® Core™ i5-4200U processor, 3 MB, 1.6 GHz, up to 2.6 GHz
Intel® Core™ i5-4300U processor, 3 MB, 1.9 GHz, up to 2.9 GHz
Intel® Core™ i7-4600U processor, 4 MB, 2.1 GHz, up to 3.3 GHz
512 KB
Supported RAM (max.)8 GB, Memory slot(s) LPDDR3 (1600 MHz)LPDDR3 (1600 MHz)
Hard disk driveSSD mSATA, 64 GB, FDE
SSD mSATA, 128 GB, Opal TCG
SSD mSATA, 256 GB, Opal TCG
Interfaces1 x DC-in
1 x Audio: line-in / line-out
1 (digital) x Internal microphones
1 x Micro USB 2.0
x USB 2.0 total
1 x USB 3.0 total
1 x Docking connector for Port Replicator
1 x SIM card slot ( usable only with 3G/UMTS, 4G/LTE
micro SIM )
1 x Memory card slots
Display31.8 cm (12.5-inch), LED backlight, (Full HD), Anti-glare display, magnesium, 1920 x 1080 pixel
31.8 cm (12.5-inch), IPS dual digitizer, Full HD, Glossy display, 1920 x 1080 pixel, 352 cd/m²
Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 4400

And like the LIFEBOOKs, the Q704 also deserves a video entry before we start with photos. So listen to Markus Seifart as he tells us interesting facts about the STYLISTIC Q704.

The STYLISTIC Q704 has a Full-HD display which is not based on Sharp’s IGZO. You can get an anti-glare (with LED backlight) or a glare (with IPS) version depending on your preference. The display size has an incredible value of 12.5 inches. In my opinion, this size is pretty awesome but may be too big for some of you. However, this size allows productive working while it keeps the device thin and light.

But working on a tablet-PC isn’t that easy. Therefore, the Q704 can be easily transformed to a fully functional notebook by attaching the device to an external keyboard.

The Q704 attached to a keyboard

The Q704 attached to a keyboard

The keyboard is something very special. While the Q704 is not attached to the keyboard, it will automatically reduce its power to extend the battery runtime. If you plug it into the keyboard, the power will be extended. However, this only works if the keyboard contains a second battery.

The keyboard of the Q704 with an integerated battery

The keyboard of the Q704 with an integerated battery

There will be 2 different keyboard. The one on the pictures is a little bit thicker since it contains a second battery. If you don’t need the second battery you can get a thin keybord without the battery inside it.

Before we take a closer look on the keyboard, we will first check out the interfaces of the tablet. On the left side there is the power button, the volume buttons and a button which can be allocated to some functions.

The left side of the Q704

The left side of the Q704

The front only contains the dock connector and some slots for the keyboard to stick to the tablet-PC.

The front of the Q704

The front of the Q704

On the right side there are the SIM-slot, the micro-SD slot, a micro-USB 2.0 and an USB 3.0-port. Those ports are protected by a cap. You can also find the audio jack and the pen there.

The right side of the Q704

The right side of the Q704

On the left side of the keyboard, there are an additional USB 3.0-port, a HDMI-port and an Ethernet-port.

The left side of the keyboard

The left side of the keyboard

On the right side, a second USB 3.0-port and a VGA-port are provided

The right side of the keyboard

The right side of the keyboard

The battery is approximated to run for about 10 hours (without the keyboard). The Q704 is also partly water- and dustproof. You shouldn’t take a bath with it but getting some water on it won’t destroy it.

The STYLISTIC Q704 has a 12.5-inches display and is partly water- and dustproof

The STYLISTIC Q704 has a 12.5-inches display and is partly water- and dustproof

The starting price is not fixed yet but I estimate something at the area of at least 1.500€. More techincal information on the device can be found here.

Don’t forget to check back tomorrow, as we inspect the Q584 in our last installment covering the new touch devices.

Fujitsu Forum 2013: Meet the LIFEBOOK S904 with a battery runtime of 24 hours

Let’s keep going with the LIFEBOOK party and take a look at the last of the three new LIFEBOOKs, Fujitsu presented: the LIFEBOOK S904.

The silver version of the LIFEBOOK S904

The silver version of the LIFEBOOK S904

And according to the other two articles, I will first introduce the technical specifications to you.

DescriptionValue
Operating SystemWindows 8.1 64-bit
Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
ProcessorIntel® Core™ i5-4200U processor, 3 MB, 1.6 GHz, up to 2.6 GHz
Intel® Core™ i5-4300U processor, 3 MB, 1.9 GHz, up to 2.9 GHz
Intel® Core™ i7-4600U processor, 4 MB, 2.1 GHz, up to 3.3 GHz
Supported RAM (max.)12 GB, 1 Memory slot(s) DIMM (DDR3)DDR3L – 1600 MHz
4 GB onboard, 1 DIMM slot with max. 8 GB
Hard disk driveSATA, 5400 rpm, 1 TB, 2.5-inch, S.M.A.R.T.
SATA, 5400 rpm, 500 GB, 2.5-inch, S.M.A.R.T.
SSHD, 5400 rpm, 500 GB / 8 GB SSD Cache, 2.5-inch, S.M.A.R.T.
SSD SATA III, 128 GB, 2.5-inch
SSD SATA III, 256 GB, 2.5-inch
SSD SATA III FDE, 256 GB, 2.5-inch
SSD SATA III, 512 GB, 2.5-inch
Interfaces1 x DC-in
1 (combo port with Audio line-out) x Audio: line-in / microphone
1 x Audio: line-in / line-out
1 (combo port with Audio line-out) x Audio: line-out / headphone
2 (digital) x Internal microphones
3 (1 with Anytime USB Charge functionality) x USB 3.0 total
1 x VGA
1 x HDMI
1 x Ethernet (RJ-45)
1 x Docking connector for Port Replicator
1 x Kensington Lock support
1 (optional) x SmartCard slot
1 x SIM card slot ( only for models with integrated 3G/UMTS or 4G/LTE module )
1 x Memory card slots
Display33.8 cm (13.3-inch), LED backlight, (WQHD), Glare IGZO touch display, magnesium, 2560 x 1440 pixel, 1000:1, 350 cd/m²
33.8 cm (13.3-inch), LED backlight, (WQHD), Anti-glare IGZO non-touch display, magnesium, 2560 x 1440 pixel, 1000:1, 350 cd/m²
33.8 cm (13.3-inch), (WQHD), 2560 x 1440 pixel (recommended), 350 cd/m²
Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 4400

And again, Markus Seifart, Product Marketing Manager at Fujitsu, was so kind to give us a short overview on the LIFEBOOK S904.

Like the U904 and T904, the S904 is also available with Sharp’s IGZO-based displays with a resolution of 2.560 x 1.440px. There will be a touch and a non-touch version (touch-version is glare, non-touch is anti-glare).

The webcam and the display of the T904

The webcam and the display of the S904

The S904 has the typical big touchpad and the same keyboard as the T904 and U904. Some people complained about the keyboard, the old Ultrabook U772 had. I was able to test the new keyboards of the S904, T904 and U904 and can confirm, that any problems with the keyboard were solved. Typing on it became way better now!

The fingerprint-reader of the T904

The fingerprint-reader of the S904

And like the other LIFEBOOKs, the S904 will only have a power button and an Eco-button, the other buttons are completely allocated to F-keys and can be accessed by holding the Fn-key.

The power buttons of the T904

The power buttons of the S904

On the left side, the S904 has the power-in port, an Ethernet-port, a VGA-port and a HDMI-port. Since the S904 is no official Ultrabook (it’s still very thin!), the Ethernet-port is completely built in the case.

The left side of the S904

The left side of the S904

On the front, you can find the card reader.

The card-reader

The card-reader

And on the right side you will even find an optical drive, two USB 3.0-ports and a headphone jack. The optical drive can be replaced by a second battery, a second hard-drive or a placeholder to reduce the weight. This system is called Modular Bay.

The right side of the S904

The right side of the S904

The S904 was presented in two different colors: silver / black and red / black. However, so far only the black version is announced for sure! The red one is only a concept!

The red version of the S904

The red version of the S904

The black version of the S904

The black version of the S904

What makes the S904 so special, is its battery runtime: up to 24 hours. This is possible, since the battery has a big capacity which makes the S904 a little bit thicker than an Ultrabook. However, it still weighs only 1.49kg and is pretty thin (26.5 mm). The starting price is not fixed yet, however, I don’t expect big differences to the U904 and the T904 (1,499 and 1,599€).

The S904

The S904

More information on the S904 can be found here.

This was the third article about the new LIFEBOOKs. Tomorrow we will continue our journey and find out more about the STYLISTIC Q704, a new tablet-PC with a display size of 12.5 inches.

UPDATE: In a former version of this article, I wrote that the S904 will be available in two colors. That is currently wrong, only the black version is confirmed!

Fujitsu Forum 2013: Hands-on the LIFEBOOK T904

While Fujitsu Forum 2013 is officially over, we still have a lot to cover. Last Friday we took a close look on the LIFEBOOK U904, today it’s the T904’s turn, Fujitsu’s newest Convertible Ultrabook.

The LIFEBOOK U904, one of Fujitsu's newest devices

The LIFEBOOK U904, one of Fujitsu’s newest devices

As always, we take a short look at the basic technical specs to get an idea, what’s expecting us:

DescriptionValue
Operating SystemWindows 8.1 64-bit
Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
ProcessorIntel® Core™ vPro™ Processor - Best Platform for Businesses of all sizes
Intel® Core™ Processor with Intel® Small Business Advantage - Smart Platform for Unmanaged Small Business
Supported RAM (max.)8 GB, 1 Memory slot(s) DIMM (DDR3L)DDR3L – 1600 MHz
Interfaces1 x DC-in
1 (combo port with Audio line-out) x Audio: line-in / microphone
1 (combo port with Audio line-in) x Audio: line-out / headphone
2 (digital) x Internal microphones
x USB 2.0 total
2 (incl. 1x Anytime USB Charge functionality) x USB 3.0 total
x VGA
1 x HDMI
1 (pull out LAN connector) x Ethernet (RJ-45)
1 x Docking connector for Port Replicator
1 x Kensington Lock support
1 x SmartCard slot
1 x SIM card slot ( usable only with 3G/UMTS, 4G/LTE )
1 x Memory card slots
Display33,8 cm (13,3 inch), 2560x1440 Pixel (WQHD), 1000:1, 350cd/m²
Graphics Intel® HD Graphics 4400

And like with the U904, the T904 gets introduced first by Markus Seifart, Product Marketing Manager at Fujitsu. He was so nice to present us interesting facts on the new T904:

The T904 also uses Sharp’s newest IGZO-technology in its display, giving it a better runtime and making a higher resolution possible. However, the T904’s resolution will be 2.560 x 1.440 px, which is a little bit lower than the U904’s.

The T904 will have an IGZO-display with touchscreen

The T904 will have an IGZO-display with touchscreen

The touchscreen will be powered by a dual-digitizer. This means that you can use a (special) pen or your finger on the device and that it can recognize which input method you’re currently using.

The pen of the T904

The pen of the T904

The T904 provides a slot to put in the pen. Additional to that, you can fix a wire to the pen and the T904 to avoid losing it.

Like the U904, the T904 also has a bigger touchpad.

The touchpad of the T904

The touchpad of the T904

The Windows-button (which is required by Windows 8 and 8.1) is positioned in the right bottom of the display which makes it more useful in the tablet mode.

The Windows-button

The Windows-button

You can turn around the display in both directions and even make a tablet out of the T904. In this mode, the keyboard is of course turned off.

The T904 in tablet-mode

The T904 in tablet-mode

On the left side, there is an USB 3.0-port, a card-reader and the power interface (behind the lock).

The left side of the T904

The left side of the T904

On the right side, you can find a combined audio port (in and out), an USB 3.0-port, a HDMI port, the power switch, an Ethnernet port and the slot for the pen.

The right side of the T904

The right side of the T904

As with the U904, the Ethernet-port of the T904 needs to be pulled out in case you need it. This solution avoids the need of an adapter and keeps the notebook compliant with the Ultrabook requirments.

The Ethernet-port

The Ethernet-port

As for the battery runtime, the current estimate of Fujitsu is approx. 8.5 hours. The price is starting at 1.600€ which makes the aim of the device clear: professional business customers who need powerful and beautiful hardware combined with great software.

The display of the T904 is really flexible

The display of the T904 is really flexible

If you need more information, check out Fujitsu’s product page for the T904.

Stay tuned for the next article! It will cover the LIFEBOOK S904, a notebook which runs incredible 24 hours on battery.

 

Fujitsu Forum 2013: Location Data Service SPATIOWL

As you may know, Fujitsu provides a big variety of services including a lot of things, you never heard of before.

One example here is SPATIOWL, a tool which analyzes a big amount of data collected by vehicles and different sensors.

This data is collected and then again put together for several services people can use.

I asked Mr. Yamamoto from Fujitsu to give us an insight into SPATIOWL. Check out the video below for more on the topic.

Did you know that Fujitsu also builds ATMs?

Everyone of us knows ATMs. They are our source of money everywhere and are easy to use.

But have you ever thought about the potential, such devices can have and did you know, that Fujitsu also builds ATMs? At Fujitsu Forum 2013, we were able to get a look at a new one.

Fujitsu's newest ATM

Fujitsu’s newest ATM

This ATM is still a concept but it already shows off multiple additions to traditional devices. A second display for example which can be used to display messages, advertisings or important announcements.

As for the identification, there are new ways to use the ATM. For example a palm scanner or the contactless interaction where you just have to hold your card above the scanner.

I asked Mr. Alejandro Tejada, Department Head of Financial Devices, from Fujitsu to show us the ATM. So click on play, lean back and learn more about the ATM of the future:

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