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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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Fujitsu refreshes LIFEBOOK laptops with Sandy Bridge

Fujitsu refreshes LIFEBOOK laptops with Sandy Bridge

Intel is poised to launch its desktop and laptop Ivy Bridge processor shortly, but Fujitsu is content not chasing the latest and greatest. The company has refreshed two of its laptops using mobile Sandy Bridge processors, the 15-inch LIFEBOOK AH532 and 14-inch LIFEBOOK LH532. The designs of both laptops have alos been refreshed, with the AH532 seeing a chiclet-style keyboard, and the LH532 gaining a soft touch finish and integrated touchpad into the palmrest.

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Fujitsu buys out Toshiba’s share in mobile partnership

Fujitsu buys out Toshiba’s share in mobile partnership

Toshiba hasn’t exactly set the world on fire with its smartphones in the past. They briefly had the tech world abuzz in 2009 with its TG01 handset, which featured a then impressive 1Ghz single-core processor and 4-inch 800x480 resistive touchscreen running Windows Mobile 6.1. Since then, things have been quiet. Fujitsu announced yesterday that it will buy out Toshiba’s stake in their joint venture, Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile Communications Limited.

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Mobile World Congress 2012 Wrap-up

Mobile World Congress 2012 Wrap-up

At what must be one of the most beautiful venues on earth to have a conference such as this, we've got Mobile World Congress 2012, a yearly event which takes the whole world's mobile device market and gathers it up into one big week-long masterpiece. Of course it's not as perfectly simple as that, and if you've never been to the event or have never tried to follow along with the news that spills forth from it before, you may very well have a hard time fitting all the pieces together. That's why we've got this easy to read, easy to decipher guide for you to work your way through all of the devices and services announced, displayed, and teased during the events - have a look!

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Fujitsu prototype Tegra 3 Android smartphone Hands-on

Fujitsu prototype Tegra 3 Android smartphone Hands-on

Fujitsu had a prototype Tegra 3 Android smartphone safely hidden behind a glass wall at CES in Las Vegas, but here in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress we were able to get up close and personal with it. This new waterproof quad-core powered prototype smartphone was out in public and all they are calling it is "quad-core prototype" until further notice. More details and video below.

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Fujitsu bringing the quad-core heat to Mobile World Congress

Fujitsu bringing the quad-core heat to Mobile World Congress

There's one gigantically powerful and ultra-enticing smartphone headed for Mobile World Congress from Fujitsu, and it comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor inside, right next to a tablet with no less than the same (minus the camera, of course)! These devices does not yet have a name, but according to Unwired View on the smartphone, they wont be anything to be scoffing at. With the onset of quad-core processors and the regular appearance of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich PLUS the coming of the 12+ megapixel camera on smartphones, have we suddenly decimated the relevance of all other smart devices from years past?

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