Fujitsu recently unveiled a new range of computers at the ongoing Computex trade show. The most notable of the new products coming from the Japanese electronics manufacturer’s stable is the Lifebook UH90, a Haswell-based Ultrabook that packs a monster 14-inch IGZO display with a resolution of a whopping 3200 x 1800 pixels.
The Fujitsu UH90
The Ultrabook runs on Intel’s latest 4th generation Core i5-4200U processor and has a 500GB hybrid storage solution (SSD and HDD). The device's display is touch-enabled, letting you use Windows 8’s touch-optimised UI and apps with just your fingers. The UH90 will be available in Japan from June 7. Fujitsu did not mention when we could expect the Ultrabook to come to the rest of the world.
The company has also unveiled an all-in-one desktop PC, the 23-inch Esprimo FH78. This AIO has a full HD IPS display, runs on a Haswell-based Core i7 CPU clocked at 2.4GHz and has a huge 3TB HDD. It comes with an eye-tracking technology that Fujitsu claims lets you select Windows 8 charms and scroll up and down through pages by just moving your eyes.
The Esprimo FH 78 AIO
The Esprimo FH78 also has a 30W speaker system with an on-board subwoofer (two 10W stereo speakers + one 10W subwoofer). The speakers have been developed in conjunction with Pioneer and sit between the FH78’s display.
Fujitsu Lifebook AH45
But in case you want a new notebook and can’t afford the UH90, you can look at the new additions to Fujitsu’s Lifebook AH models, the AH45 and the AH42. The new AH42 now runs on the newer, faster Intel Pentium Processor 2020M, clocked at 2.4GHz and has a bigger battery that will last for 7.9 hours. The AH45’s battery life has also been increased owing to a larger battery; the company claims it will last you for 6.4 hours.
Published Date: Jun 05, 2013 01:16 pm | Updated Date: Jun 05, 2013 01:16 pm