Fujitsu bombards its business users with 10 new devices

Fujitsu bombards its business users with 10 new devices


May 27, 2014
Fujitsu Esprimo Fujitsu, the Japanese information and IT service provider has stolen the show by making itself into the segment of breaking news. By launching 10 new devices exclusively for business users has made this third largest IT service provider create an all time high record. The recent IT show of Japan has greatly shown a massive success of Fujitsu’s contribution after it exhibited its latest product offerings for the users. Complementing every objective of holding an IT Show in Tokyo, Fujitsu launched its range of spectacular and eye catchy devices for notebooks, tablets and enhanced desktops exclusively for enterprise segment. Amongst these ten novel and amazing devices, Fujitsu’s Futro L420 is being quite appreciated for its functionality. Futro L420 is a device that does not comprise of any operating system, memory or a CPU. Although at first go it was thought to be a mistake but this is not the case here. It is purposely developed with no OS or storage device within it. It is basically a zero client device that gets connected with the help of an Ethernet connection or with the help of a virtual environment. Futro L 420 is capable of providing outstanding security service and low administrative costs for overheads. The device is competent enough to integrate an operations management interface in their system for enabling centralized security and resourceful management. Currently Futro L420 is available in retain segment of Japan. Covering a niche segment of thin client machines, Fujitsu has launched three unique models namely Futro ME734 notebook; the smaller (A4-sized) Futro MA574 notebook; and the Futro S720 desktop. These three splendid offerings by Fujitsu can run different combinations of VM ware and Citrix Software. There are several configurations that are best suited for flash drive storage. Futro S720 provides the enterprise users to either run their system on Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating system or an eLux RP. Futro ME734 notebook; the smaller (A4-sized) Futro MA574 notebook; and the Futro S720 desktop are all set to launch and release in the retail segment in the late weeks of July this year. Currently the prices of these three models are just a speculation but a confirmed figure has not been disclosed. The fourth outstanding device of Fujitsu is Arrows Q704/PV. It is a business Tablet which has been acclaimed and noticed massively in the IT Week held at Japan. This business tablet is stunning and distinguished in itself. With an in-built feature of palm vein sensor, Arrows Q704/PV enables the user to sensitize its security system. The gadget is all set to launch and release in the month of July this year. In order to enhance the physical security system, Fujitsu has ensured to equip its gadget with proprietary biometric authentication and data deletion solution namely Clearsure 3G/LTE for securing mobile data. It runs on Windows 8.1 pro with Intel Core i5 processor. With 12.5 Inch LCD screen, it is easy to carry and use. Fujitsu focusing on its business users has extended products in its Celsius and Esprimo segment with three novel gadgets. For desktop lovers, Fujitsu has developed and launched Esprimo Q520/J which measures at 7.29 x 7.41 x 2.13 inches and weighs at 1.6 Kgs. The two new models of Esprimo are D753/G and D583/G while the Celsius one comprises Celsius W530 mini tower.

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