Fujitsu is adding 20 new PCs to its lineup, including 3 new desktops, 14 new notebooks, an 3 new tablets. They’re all aimed at the enterprise market, and I suspect they’ll have limited availability in the United States. But the new models should all be available in Japan this month or next, and they include updated hardware including support for up to 8th-gen Intel Core processors and thinner and lighter designs.
For example, the new 13.3 inch Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q738/SB is 20 percent thinner and lighter than its predecessor, while the 12.3 inch Arrows Tab V727/S is the company’s first tablet with a 3:2 aspect ratio display, thanks to its 1920 x 1280 pixel resolution.
The 12.3 inch model is available with up to a Core i7-7Y75 processor, while the 13.3 inch model supports up to a Core i5-8350U chip, and both feature USB 3.1 Type-C and Type-A ports.
Fujitsu’s new notebooks also include models with thinner and lighter designs, USB Type-C ports, and upgraded processor options. The company doesn’t provide many details for the new models in its press release, but PC Watch has specs for a few configurations of the Lifebook E 548/S and E558/S notebooks with 14 inch and 15.6 inch displays, respectively.
To me, 12 to 12.6 inch laptop screens are no better than 11.6 inch laptops. Give me 13.3 inches, damn it! And keep the price below $850, because a 13.3 inch MacBook Air is the best laptop going at that price
Doesn’t Lenovo own all or part of Fujitsu’s PC
division, or is that NEC?
Apparently, Lenovo has 51%, Fujitsu 44% and Development Bank of Japan 5% of Fujitsu Client Computing Limited, which shall be a joint venture if the cartel authorities will agree during Q2/2018.
3:2 cannot be 1920:1080 but can be 1920:1280. A 3:2 tablet with replaceable battery is very promising. From Fujitsu might even mean a semi-matte display. The major question is: when will it be available in Europe?
Yeah, it was a typo. Should be 1280
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