Fujitsu announces new LifeBook notebooks
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Fujitsu recently expanded its LifeBook notebook series by announcing a new classic notebook, a couple of 2-in-1 notebooks, as well as two Ultrabooks. The new laptops are aimed at the business market and are based on Intel vPro Core processors from the Broadwell generation.
The Fujitsu Lifebook S935 is a 13.3-inch notebook aimed at business users. The notebook comes with a battery life of up to 24 hours, while data security is ensured by a Fujitsu Palm Secure, a palm vein detection technology.
Businesses looking for a thinner and more flexible design should consider the new Fujitsu Lifebook T935, a 2-in-1 13.3-inch notebook that combines a long battery life with a thin design.
The Lifebook T725 is a 12.5-inch 2-in-1 laptop that allows the user to replace the optical drive with a second battery or a second hard drive, depending on the needs of the user.
Last but not least, Fujitsu also announced the LifeBook U745, a 13-inch Ultrabook hat puts emphasis on connectivity. The U745 includes a VGA port, which is not a feature that many Ultrabooks come with. The LifeBook U745 also comes with the Fujitsu PalmSecure palm vein scanning technology that we've mentioned earlier in the article.
At the moment, the manufacturer did not announce other information regarding the new Lifebook models, such as pricing, or availability.