Fujitsu is producing Windows-powered hardware for years, but the company will start this year strong, by announcing 11 new Windows 10 devices! These new devices are mostly aimed to enterprise users, and the offering consists of two tablet models in two series, seven laptop models in three series, one desktop PC model, and one long-life PC model.
Fujitsu Announces 11 Windows 10 Devices for Business
Here’s the list of the most notable new hardware that Fujitsu will release:
Expanded line of 2-in-1 tablets
ARROWS Tab R726/M
- 12.5″ wide-format LCD (1920X1080)
- 14.7mm thick, 1.26kg
- Detachable magnetic keyboard
ARROWS Tab Q736/M
- 13.3″ LCD dust and water resistance screen
- Palm vein sensor and smart card support for secure login
- CLEARSURE 3G/LTE remote data-deletion solution
- IPX5/7/8 water resistance, IP5X dust resistance, chemical resistance
Expanded notebook line with “Family Concept” chassis design
LIFEBOOK S936/M and U745/M
- Palm-vein sensors for secure login
- CLEARSURE 3G/LTE
Enhanced line of desktop PCs
- Long-life product, able to last up to 10 years
- Equipped with latest Xeon processor
The devices will be available for purchase by the end of a month, but for now, they’re only available in Japan. There’s no word about the global availability of any of these devices, yet. Pricing plan is also available in Japanese Yen only, with the Arrows Tab R726/M hybrid starting 147,300 Japanese Yen ($1,250), and a LifeBook laptops starting at 231,000 Japanese Yen ($1,970).
All these devices are powered by Windows 10, so you don’t have to worry about the upgrade. But for those Enterprise users who still have to upgrade their computers from an older version of the system to Windows 10, Microsoft has prepared a new strategy to make the migration easier. Also, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 won’t support the newest hardware in the future.