We have heard of various out-of-this-world claims made by the rumour mill when it comes to popular consumer electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets, but this particular one which has just come to our attention today is probably in a class of their own with regards to their credibility. That being said, does anybody fancy
Yesterday we got to spend some time with three new second generation Core i processor notebooks from Fujitsu at a press event in Taipei, namely the Lifebook LH531, A531 and NH751. We did of course snap a few pictures of the new machines and a model or two just because. So let’s take a closer
What would we be without company roadmaps? Thanks to Fujitsu we now have the first confirmed customer roadmap featuring Intel’s upcoming Patsburg chipset for its LGA-2011 processors and that it’s destined for a Q4 launch this year, if anyone had any doubts about it. On the roadmap it’s listed as “Romley” which is Intel’s codename
Think that the traditional tablet PC is going the way of the dinosaur now that slates are quickly gaining traction in the consumer market? Far from it: Fujitsu, a well-known PC manufacturer today announced its latest batch of tablet PCs which claims to feature multitouch of up to four concurrent contact points. VR-Zone brings you the coverage from
Japan’s Sony Corporation has announced that it will outsource some production of complimentary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors to Fujitsu Ltd amid tough global competition in a bid to cut costs and meet rising demand.
Fujitsu announced today that it began shipping the computing units for Japan’s Next-Generation Supercomputer, nicknamed the “K” computer. The supercomputer is a central part of the High-Performance Computing Infrastructure initiative led by Japan’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and is being jointly developed with RIKEN, an independent research institution funded by the
Fujitsu is a name closely associated to desktop, notebook and tablet PCs (under the Lifebooks series), laptop’s hard disks and even scanners. But for this review, the Japanese company has sent us a product which is not commonly seen in their product porfolio - an LCD monitor.
Choosing a netbook has been reduced to nothing more than selecting a brand name which carries the best price for one’s wallet, simply because of the near-identical hardware specs found in every competitor’s offerings. In this review, we look at Fujitsu’s new netbook, the Lifebook MH380, to see what it has to offer for the masses.
The annual PC Show 2010 took off at Suntec Convention Centre in Singapore today, with a huge turn out even before the 12 noon show time. Seems like the public has been eagerly anticipating the new bargains that would be offered on the tech gadgets and other products.
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has announced the availability of their latest Lifebook MH330 for the mobile road warriors who want portability and performance in a sleek package. The MH330 is only an inch thick, weighs 1.1kg and is powered by Intel Atom N450 processor with 250GB hard disk.
Just a day after Apple has announced their new iPad tablet, the maker is having some legal issues over the name with Fujitsu. Apparently, the Japanese manufacturer has designed a handheld product in 2002 with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and VoIP, called iPad. Read on for the news.
Today, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific announced their new Lifebooks for this season which are equipped with the latest Intel Core processor technology. The stylish models include the SH760 and SH560, P770, LH700, MH380 and T900.
Fujitsu has announced their mini-notebooks are equipped with the new Intel Atom N450 processor, and among them is the LifeBook MH380 which sports a 10.1-inch display with Bluetooth and boasts up to seven hours battery life.
This afternoon, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific launched their latest ‘winter collection’ of Lifebooks, which consists of LifeBook T4410, P3110, P3010, P8110 and the highlight of the collection, the new UH900.
Fujitsu P series notebook PCs are designed with small form factors and portability for the busy business road warriors, and their latest brain-child comes in the form of Lifebook P8110. The 12.1-inch P8110 weighs 1.38kg and boasts seven hour of battery life which is rather impressive. However, it seems strange that the maker is putting Windows 7 Home Premium operating
Fujitsu has announced the addition of multi-touch input for their Lifebook T5010 tablet PC, which would allow users to do much more like panning, zooming and rotating with just two fingers. (Very much like how you do it on most touchscreen mobile phones).
Fujifilm announces in a recent press release on their first touchscreen camera on their Finepix lineup – Z300. The Finepix Z300 is a 10 megapixel digital camera which is scheduled for retail on 20th June this year.
The annual Computex is back again, and this time not losing any flavor to the previous Computex. Join us as we bring to you day to day updates on the latest happenings in Computex 2009. More updates coming soon!
With many small form factor mini notebook PCs (or also known as netbooks) available in the market today, which one should you go for? We have a look at 10 current offerings, though in the end, but ultimately, it will still be your choice on the one you like.
Building on the success of the M1010 netbook, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has announced the new M2010 that features brilliant screen, bigger keypads and higher processing performance for the mobile users.