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Fujitsu blames underwhelming PC shipments on lagging Windows 8 demand

Fujitsu blames underwhelming PC shipments on lagging Windows 8 demand

Windows 8 has garnered its share of criticisms in the last few months, and some of that criticism has come from Microsoft's PC partners. Some of them aren't too happy with the way Windows 8 has been supposedly selling, with the latest in the line being Fujitsu. Today the company revised projections for the fiscal year that ends in March, saying that total PC shipments will come in under the 7 million the company was originally planning on.

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Fujitsu Esprimo X913-T multitouch Windows 8 AIO packs ultrasonics

Fujitsu Esprimo X913-T multitouch Windows 8 AIO packs ultrasonics

Fujitsu's Windows 8 touchscreen strategy isn't solely centered on tablets; the company also has a 23-inch all-in-one PC, the Esprimo X913-T, which uses ultrasonics to figure out if you're paying attention. The desktop offers Intel Core i3-3220T or Core i5-3470T processors and up to 16GB of memory, as well as a 1920 x 1080 display with 10-point multitouch for navigating through Windows 8's Live Tile UI.

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Fujitsu, NEC and DoCoMo take on Qualcomm with new 3G/4G chip company

Fujitsu, NEC and DoCoMo take on Qualcomm with new 3G/4G chip company

Some of the leading lights in Japanese mobile tech have joined forces to take on Qualcomm and TI in developing wirelessly-enabled smartphone and tablet chipsets. Fujitsu, NTT DoCoMo, NEC and Fujitsu Semiconductor have created Access Network Technology Limited, a new collaboration that will produce "industry-leading communications platform products" and reduce reliance on foreign-made wireless components.

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Fujitsu to offer smartphone specifically designed for elderly users

Fujitsu to offer smartphone specifically designed for elderly users

Japanese electronics firm Fujitsu unveiled a new smartphone yesterday designed for elderly users, featuring a unique touchscreen and Android user interface that’s been simplified. Called the F-12D from Fujitsu’s RakuRaku product line where “rakuraku” can be translated from Japanese to mean “easy” or “comfortable," the company will primarily be aiming to target Japan’s aging population with this particular model.

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Fujitsu announces Stylistic Q702 and LifeBook T902 laptops

Fujitsu announces Stylistic Q702 and LifeBook T902 laptops

Fujitsu has today unveiled two new laptops in its range. The first is a laptop and tablet hybrid dubbed the Stylistic Q702, while the second is a convertible laptop (remember those?) called the LifeBook T902. The Stylistic Q702 is constructed from a magnesium shell that weighs around 850 grams, doubling as a laptop when inserted into the keyboard dock which also provides extra battery life.

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Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i scanner is almost the road-warrior’s salvation

Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i scanner is almost the road-warrior’s salvation

Having talked about how you can print from your iPhone yesterday, now how about getting some paper content into your handset thanks to the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300i. The portable scanner works with PCs and Macs, as per previous models, but also plays nicely with iOS and Android devices thanks to apps for each platform. Unfortunately, it's not quite the roadwarrior dream it could've been.

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Fujitsu unveils trio of new Lifebook business notebooks

Fujitsu unveils trio of new Lifebook business notebooks

Fujitsu has announced the launch of three new notebook computers aimed at business users including a subcompact and full-size machines. All of the notebooks fall into Fujitsu's Lifebook family and includes the 15.6-inch E752, the 14-inch S752, and the 13.3-inch S762. The machines share some common features including the fact that they all use third-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors.

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Fujitsu unveils new Lifebook U772 and UH572 ultrabooks

Fujitsu unveils new Lifebook U772 and UH572 ultrabooks

Fujitsu has rolled out some new ultrabook computers aimed at consumers and business pros. The two ultrabooks include the 14-inch Lifebook U772 that has a frameless WXGA HD Crystal View display. The ultrabook also supports an optional port replicator for easy docking connecting to an external monitor, mouse, and keyboard. The ultrabook is only .69-inches thick and weighs 3.15 pounds.

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