Fujitsu today unveiled two new LifeBook laptops aimed at enterprise users, which offer portability and a powerful configuration.
The first one is the S904/H, which comes equipped with a 13.3-inch IGZO display featuring a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. Professionals can be sure they will be able to sustain long working hours on the laptop with its 21.1 hours expected battery life.
If that’s not enough, however, there’s the option of an additional battery via the multi-bay slot which can prolong life up to 28.1 hours.
At just 1.32 kg / 2.91 lbs, the laptop is very thin and can be easily transported around. It embeds an analog RGB port, wired Ethernet, finger print sensor capabilities and a quiet-touch keyboard. It’s also very tough due to its solid core construction, so professionals can work in risky environments as well.
The second laptop unveiled for enterprises is the LifeBook U904/H, and the producing company claims it is the slimmest Ultrabook to have ever graced the Earth. On top of that, it appears to be the first device of its kind to implement a palm-vein sensor.
If you're wondering what a palm-vein sensor is, well it an identification technology. It works by scanning the veins inside your hand and creating a digital template that represents your vein pattern. And you don't even have to touch the device for that to happen, so Fujitsu claims its ultra safe.
The U904/H features a 14-inch IGZO screen and boasts a massive resolution of 3200 x 1800 pixels, pushing preciseness and sharpness of display to a whole different level. Battery-wise, it’s not as impressive as the S904/H, performing only up to 11.8 hours, but with such a whopping display sucking all the energy is no wonder. It’s tough and solid, so it can be handled with ease in risky environments.
The two laptops will become available starting late October 2013, with the S904/H’s price starting at $3,117 / €2,295, while the U904’s starts at $3,167 / €2,331.