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Fujitsu unveils over a dozen notebooks for enterprise use

Fujitsu Lifebook E558/S E448/S (Source: Fujitsu)
Fujitsu Lifebook E558/S E448/S (Source: Fujitsu)
Fujitsu has just announced no less than 14 notebook models from five series that are scheduled to roll out in stages starting at the end of January. Sadly, there is no word on their arrival in the US yet.

Fujitsu just unveiled an impressive number of new notebooks for enterprise customers, accompanied by three new tablets and three desktop PCs. The new notebooks belong to five product series and the official press release mentions no less than 14 of them. Just as one would expect, the Fujitsu Lifebook notebooks will launch with the latest 8th generation Intel Core processors and the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update onboard.

Unfortunately, there is not much information about the new Lifebook models right now. However, Fujitsu claims that the global models of the E558/S and E548/S "have been reduced in weight by approximately 20% while maintaining the same high performance and expandability." They also mention "a wide variety of ports" such as HDMI, analog RGB, three USB ports and one Type-C, RJ45 Ethernet.

Since these are machines for enterprise customers, they can also be configured with custom modules for increased security, such as a fingerprint sensor or a smart card reader. In addition to these hardware options, the clients can also choose the confidential data distribution software Attachecase.

The list of Fujitsu Lifebook notebooks that will hit Japan starting before the end of this month includes models from the P, S, U, E, A, and D series. Sadly, it seems that only a few will become available globally, but we will get back to them once they do that.

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Codrut Nistor, 2018-01-17 (Update: 2018-01-17)