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Fujitsu roadmap reveals Transformer Prime rival, more

Fujitsu roadmap reveals Transformer Prime rival, more

Fujitsu's computing plans for 2012 have been revealed in a new roadmap, with a performance tablet with detachable keyboard due in September, several ultrabooks, and an Android slate in June. Two ultrabooks are in the pipeline for May, the roadmap Fujitsu showed to imidoresc confirms, followed the next month with a "mainstream Android media tablet" that could be the Fujitsu Arrows Tab we played with back at CES. However, it's products later in the year that have us particularly curious.

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Fujitsu LIFEBOOK2013 concept docks tablet, phone & camera in laptop

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK2013 concept docks tablet, phone & camera in laptop

A concept Fujitsu notebook could pull together your notebook, tablet, smartphone and digital camera, according to one designer's convergence ambitions, with the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK2013 docking each mobile gadget into a core laptop chassis. Created by Prashant Kumar Chandra for Fujitsu's "A Life With Future Computing" competition, the concept consists of a roughly 17-inch notebook that uses a detachable touchscreen tablet as its keyboard; a smartphone docks into a slot at the front, lending its WWAN connection, while a digital camera slots into a cutaway on the lid.

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Fujitsu M532 tablet surfaces on video

Fujitsu M532 tablet surfaces on video

Fujitsu doesn't have a huge name in the retail market here in the US, but overseas it is a much more common brand. In the US, the Fujitsu line of hardware is typically seen in the professional environment more than the consumer space. Fujitsu tablets and notebooks seem to be big in the healthcare industry inside the US. A new tablet has surfaced on video called the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 that may be heading to the consumer market in America.

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Fujitsu Arrows Tab waterproof tablet hands-on

Fujitsu Arrows Tab waterproof tablet hands-on

I'd say I always get a bit wary when a device toots its own horn about one specific specification it has and doesn't speak much at all about the rest, but who am I kidding: I love strange ideas like making a tablet able to be completely submerged in water with waterproofing enough to tell the tale. This isn't the only waterproof tablet to be shown off this week at CES 2012, the other being the Pantech Burst, which is said to be able to take a full minute of dunking without damage, but did prove itself to be much more hearty than that with a several-minute-dunk during its announcement at the AT&T developers keynote early in the week. What Fujitsu has here is that same waterproofing, but in a tablet that was revealed for sale in Japan several months ago.

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Fujitsu plans to enter US smartphone market

Fujitsu plans to enter US smartphone market

Fujitsu has had a strong presence in Japan over the last several years thanks to its partnership with carrier DoCoMo, but its handsets never make it outside of its home country. That may soon change, as the company is now making it a priority to bring its smartphones to the North American market and has been contemplating the best way to make an entrance.

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Fujitsu and Suvolta reveal ultra low voltage RAM

Fujitsu and Suvolta reveal ultra low voltage RAM

Fujitsu and SuVolta have partnered up to develop a new transistor technology that would cut chip power consumption in half without compromising performance. With this technology, SRAM chips could operate at ultra-low voltages of 0.4V, which is less than half of power consumption levels in chips today.

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Fujitsu Arrows LTE Tab Android slate aims directly at hardcore market

Fujitsu Arrows LTE Tab Android slate aims directly at hardcore market

This week we've already seen one tablet that's set to be nearly indestructible AND able to run Android in a single bound, now here's another - this one goes by the name Fujitsu Arrows LTE Tab and is able to be submerged under water completely, not just sprayed a bit in the face. It's a 10.1-inch display having 1280 x 800 pixel resolution toting Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet at the moment, and inside you'll find Tegra! Not Tegra 3, unfortunately, that honor is thus far reserved for the ASUS amongst us. UPDATE: There's been some confusion about the chip inside this device - though the video below says NVIDIA, inside this tablet is actually the lovely Texas Instruments OMAP4430, seen in quite a few excellent Androids as of late - take note!

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