Fujitsu Launches New Touch-Enabled Mobile Lineup

Subject: General Tech | October 14, 2013 - 12:37 AM |
Tagged: tablet, msata, Intel, haswell, fujitsu, Bay Trail-T

Fujitsu recently launched several new mobile devices for business users running Intel's latest Haswell and Atom chips. The "All New In Touch" portfolio includes three new Lifebook notebooks and two Stylistic slate-style tablets. All of the new devices are 14" or smaller, have long battery life (according to Fujitsu), and will be available later this month.

Specifically, the lineup includes the following devices:

  • Lifebook T734
  • Lifebook T904
  • Lifebook U904
  • Stylistic Q584
  • Stylistic Q704

The Lifebook T734, T904, and U904 are notebooks powered by Intel's Haswell processors. They come with Windows 8.1, DDR3 memory (up to 12GB on some models), several storage options, backlit keyboards, and high resolution displays. The 734 can be fitted with an optical drive or second battery pack. The 13.3" T904 has a 2560x1440 IGZO rotatable/convertible display with touch and pen support while the 14" U904 has a 3200x1800 IGZO display.

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The Fujitsu Lifebook U904.

All of the notebooks come with Windows 8.1, touchscreens, and enterprise-friendly security features.

Beyond the touchscreen-enabled notebooks, Fujitsu is launching two new tablets under its STYLISTIC brand: the Q584 and Q704. The Q584 is a 10.1" tablet with 2560x1600 display, smart card shell, and dockable keyboard. It is semi-ruggedized and is dust and water proof. It is powered by an Intel Bay Trail-T (quad core) processor clocked at 2.4GHz and either a 64GB or 128GB mSATA SSD. Other features include a 2MP front and 8MP rear camera and Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, and LTE radios.

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The Fujitsu Stylistic Q584

The Stylistic Q704 steps the specifications up a bit to a 12.5" semi-ruggedized tablet powered by up to an Intel Haswell i7 vPro CPU, 8GB of LPDDR3 memory, and 256GB mSATA SSD. It has a 1920x1080 resolution display, 2MP front and 5MP rear cameras, and a smart card shell or dockable keyboard. Radios include Wi-Fi (dual band 802.11n), LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, and GPS.

The Stylistic tablets will come pre-loaded with Windows 8.1.

The entire Fujitsu lineup should be available later this month at various (not yet specified) price points. For business users, the new devices are worth a look (pending reviews that verify the battery life claims).


Source: Fujitsu

October 14, 2013 | 03:10 AM - Posted by SetiroN

I was waiting for a good 16:10 Z3770 tablet with 4GB of RAM; and this one comes with an mSATA SSD? And 2560x1600? And an active digitizer? And IPX5/7/8? And a huge battery?

FINALLY, I might add: the lack of W8.1 tablets with 4GB of RAM was frightening. Fujitsu apparently decided to solve it with everything I could hope for and the addition of a full SSD. I just hope it's not going to cost 700€...

October 14, 2013 | 09:21 AM - Posted by mLocke

Japanese company. High DPI, for a Windows PC anyways. Rotatable screens. Stylus support. I wouldn't expect the Lifebook T904 to be less than ¥130,000. If it gets Ultrabook branding, slap another ¥10,000 to the price tag, just cause.

October 14, 2013 | 09:21 AM - Posted by mLocke


October 15, 2013 | 12:53 AM - Posted by HeavyG (not verified)

I am glad to see Fujitsu is making some stylish notebooks again. I loved my 17" Fujitsu N6410. It performed well, had great styling, weighed a ton, but it was a great book compared to any similarly priced Dell or HP at the time.

Then the Fujitsu styling just went south. Hopefully they make a turn in the right direction with these as I still believe Fujitsu makes some good quality stuff. They just need to keep up with the latest notebook "fashion".

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