The company tries the brute-force approach for once
A different company might have deliberately put some time between product releases, maybe allowed people to feast their eyes on the Arrows Tab waterproof tablet before going ahead with PCs, but not Fujitsu.Instead, Fujitsu decided to push its entire product lineup forward on the same day, which happens to be the first day of February 2013.
There is a full series of notebooks and all-in-one computers ready to start selling seven days from now, all of them running Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system.
The AiOs are called the Esprimo FH and EH Series and have different displays according to their intended consumer base and prices.
No price tags are actually revealed, but it is plain to see that some models will be much cheaper than others.
The 20-inch EH system, for example, has a 1600 x 900 pixel display, an AMD E2-1800 CPU, and 4 GB of RAM.
On the other end of the spectrum, there is the 23-inch PC with a Full HD screen (1920 x 1080 pixels), an Intel Core i7 CPU and 8 GB of memory. This one has a touchscreen too.
Then, there is a 21.5-inch all-in-one whose specs are more or less the same as those of the 23-inch computer, only without the touch panel.
All the all-in-ones are equipped with the Office Home and Business 2013 software suite on top of Windows 8. That includes Live Layout for Word 2013 (chart and photo rearrangement by drag-and-drop).
Finally, the AiO computers can act as television sets when required. They can even record broadcasts. The displays can be adjusted between 10-30 degrees, for optimal viewing.
Shipments will begin on February 7, at which point the prices should become known as well. As we said above, Fujitsu also has some laptops on the way, but we will take a look at them later, so stay tuned.