Fujitsu announced a slew of tablets and notebooks at CES today, each with a distinct set of features intended for different purposes. From compact convertibles to 3D displays, Fujitsu gave an extensive rundown of five of its new machines.
Lifebook T901 Convertible Tablet PC
Though ambiguous about the screen size, Fujitsu claims that the Lifebook T901 will have the largest screens available on a convertible, and will feature both touch and pen support to supplement its QWERTY keyboard. Like the NH751 Notebook, the T901 will be equipped with the NVIDIA Optimus technology for extended battery life.
Additionally, the T901 will utilize a second generation Intel Core processor chip, and will house a unique modular bay that allows users to hot-swap a second battery or second hard drive, if need be. This convertible will start at $1,899 and will be available starting in the spring through the Fujitsu website and select retailers.
Lifebook T580 Convertible Tablet PC
Also a convertible, but more compact than the T901, the Lifebook T580 weighs three pounds and features a 10.1-inch, multi-touch screen that also supports pen input. Portability doesn’t necessarily equal lower performance, however, as the T580 packs an Intel Core i5 processor, as well as a 160 GB hard drive and 2 GB of DDR3 SD RAM. Prices for the T580 start at $1,149 and it is available now on Fujitsu’s website and at certain retailers.
Lifebook AH572 Notebook
A notebook equipped with a 15.6-inch screen, the Lifebook AH572 will be able to display in either 2D or 3D when viewed with the included 3D glasses. Furthering the 3D capabilities of the notebook, users will also be able to record in 3D with the webcam on the AH572. The AH572 also comes loaded with Intel’s Wireless Display software, which allows users to wirelessly connect to their TVs. Featuring an Intel Core i5-2410 processor, the AH572 will be priced starting at $999 and will be available through Fujitsu’s website and at certain retailers.
Lifebook P771 Notebook
Portability is the name of the game with the Lifebook P771, which sports a 12-inch WXGA display, a modular dual-layer DVD-RW or battery, and security features such as a fingerprint sensor and anti-theft lock slot. Powered by a second generation Intel Core i7 processor, the P771 is intended for “mobile executives” with its stylish design and lightweight features. The P771 will start at $1,529 and will also be available starting in February through the Fujitsu website and select retailers.
Lifebook NH751 Notebook
With the Lifebook NH751, Fujitsu has taken the power of a desktop and fit it into a notebook that will feature a powerful Intel Quad Core Processor. Designed for multimedia enjoyment, the NH751 will have a 17.3-inch HD LCD screen, as well as an integrated Blu-ray drive and speakers, midrange, and subwoofer. Energy efficiency will be managed by NVIDIA Optimus technology, which ensures that such powerful hardware and specs don’t sap the battery life too quickly. Also equipped with the Intel Wireless Display software that allows users to connect the NH751 to their TVs, this notebook starts at $1,199 and will be available in February on Fujitsu’s website and at select retailers.