It’s been more than a little while since we last heard of a Fujitsu smartphone breaking cover, but that’s no reason to ignore the Arrows A 202F. Quite on the contrary, as the SoftBank-bound handheld comes with exceptional specs in tow.
Do you know how Samsung seems to dominate Android smartphone sales globally for what’s starting to feel like an eternity? And how OEMs like HTC or Sony can’t even touch them? Well, there is one major market where the status quo is significantly different – Japan.
You can’t exactly call Fujitsu one of the ultrabook market’s biggest names, but the Lifebook UH90/L might well put the Japanese on the map.
Fujitsu Labs announces the development of their new technology that allows detection and analysis of a person's pulse rate by only using the image of that person's face taken by a web camera.
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. has recently announced their development of their new optical transmission technology that could reach 100 Gbps data transfer speed rates, by only using components and protocols that are meant for 10 Gbps networks.
Fujitsu's Research Center unveils their new technology, and its potential to use smartphones and tablets to instantly acquire data that is visually presented on a screen by pointing the smartphone on certain portions of the screen.
Fujitsu launches its Skin Memory service, a cloud-based service that provides a relatively comprehensive skin analysis using a smartphone's camera.
Fujitsu has recently announced the development of the new FMV LIFEBOOK CH55/J, also known as the "Floral Kiss" ultrabook line. It is an ultrabook that was conceptualized for female tech consumers.
Intel has partnered with Acer, HP, Lenovo, Samsung and more to unveil today a slew of new tablet computers running Windows 8 based on Intel processors, such as the new “Clover Trail” Atom Z2760 CPU.
If you've been going around wanting for a USB 3.0 based port replicator for your notebook, then we have good news, as both Fujitsu and Lenovo has announced a product each based on DisplayLink's USB 3.0 chipset. The two products differ slightly, but both use the DL-3900 chipset with offers dual display connectivity.
As one of the many companies to have recently pulled out of the hard drive business, Fujitsu hasn't made any real inroads into the SSD market, although this looks set to change with the introduction of a new series of SSD's in the retail market. For the time being it appears the new SSD's are
With Christmas about a month away, many of us would be shopping for presents for our loved ones. So for the technology geeks, we hope this feature could give some ideas on what you may have in mind. This three-part VR-Zone Christmas Gift Guide starts with the notebook PCs this week, followed by tablets devices and mobile phones in
Although the Lifebook SH771 from Fujitsu was officially announced about a week ago, we've now got a quick hands on with the new Ultrabook competitor from Fujitsu. You might wonder why we're not calling it an Ultrabook, as although most of the specifications and even the weight puts it in the Ultrabook category, Fujitsu has
With notebook manufacturers coming up with their line of thin and light portables, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has recently launched their 13.3-inch LIFEBOOK SH771 which claims to be the thinnest and lightest LIFEBOOK yet, with 9.5 hours runtime on a standard battery.
In as much as Intel's Ultrabooks have their merits, we can't help but wonder why anyone would get over something like say, the new Fujitsu Lifebook SH76/E, as here we have an ultra-light 13.3-inch notebook with a full fat CPU and a 6-cell battery. It's not the only one of its kind either, as Toshiba
Today, NTT Docomo unveiled two tablet devices which support the telco operator's extra-high-speed next-generation LTE Xi (read “Crossy”) service. The two tablets are the Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 LTE SC-01D and Fujitsu ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D, and both will be available in October next month
KDDI has announced the availability of its new Windows Phone 7 "Mango"-powered smartphone, the IS12T, in Japan. According to the Japanese operator, the new IS12T smartphone is produced by Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications and will boast various features such as integration with Windows Live and various other social networking services, as well as sport a body
Fujitsu may be one of the more popular brands for notebook PCs here, and while their products usually span the entire gamut of possible hardware configurations ranging from entry-level machines to mainstream-grade notebooks, it does not change the fact that the company has never released a high-performance, gaming-grade notebook for sale in Singapore. That is all set to
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific today launched their new STYLISTIC Q550 slate PC that is designed for business professionals. It is powered by 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 processor, runs Microsoft Windows 7 operating system and comes with an optional stylus pen for writing and drawing. The STYLISTIC Q550 is scheduled to be available next month.
Tablets may be the future of computing, but suffice to say the onscreen keyboard offered by all OS developers for use on such devices leave a lot to be desired where tactile feedback and ergonomics are concerned. So what is an OEM to do to address such issues among consumers, especially among the heavy keyboard