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Fujitsu Lifebook E741/C has contactless palm vein scanner

Fujitsu Lifebook E741/C has contactless palm vein scanner

I mentioned earlier this morning that Fujitsu had whipped out a pair of cool notebook computers that both have an integrated pico projector option. Those machines are pretty coo, but they aren’t the only new offerings for Fujitsu for its Lifebook line up. The new Lifebook E741/C has also been unveiled and it has a really cool bit of tech as well for user authentication. It has a little square on the right side of the chassis under the keyboard that looks like a small track pad.

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Awesome Fujitsu Lifebook S761/C and P711/C notebooks get a pico projector inside

Awesome Fujitsu Lifebook S761/C and P711/C notebooks get a pico projector inside

I have long thought that the smartphones we were seeing crop up as future models and concepts that had a pico projector inside were very cool, but would have limited appeal. I think that cramming a projector inside a notebook is a much better idea. There are hoards of users out there that travel for business today and give lots of presentations with a projector to groups of people. Having to schlep a notebook and a projector through an airport and on and off a plane can’t be fun.

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The State of Tech in Japan’s Recovery

The State of Tech in Japan’s Recovery

We've already written about the terrifying situation in Japan this past week, and how SlashGear readers can help the ongoing aid effort. Now, Japanese manufacturers are beginning to add up the impact the earthquake and tsunami have had on tech production, affected both by physical damage to facilities as well as ongoing power shortages and transportation break-down. Components used in everything from Apple's iPad 2 through digital cameras, mobile devices and computers have been impacted, with some estimates putting recovery several quarters out. Read on for more details.

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Fujitsu 22-inch Wireless Displays cut all the cords

Fujitsu 22-inch Wireless Displays cut all the cords

Fujitsu has unveiled what the company is calling the "world's first truly wireless display," using a combination of cable-cutting wireless data and an inductive power system. Set to go on show at CeBIT 2011 this week, and expected to spawn commercial displays "within the next year," the Wireless 22-inch Fujitsu screens use SUPA (Smart Universal Power Access) hotspots built into desks, countertops and office panels.

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Fujitsu HOPA-2 learns to erase a whiteboard

Fujitsu HOPA-2 learns to erase a whiteboard

Of all the awesome things, you could teach a robot to do, why would you decide to teach one to erase a whiteboard? A chalkboard would make sense, no one likes getting chalk dust on their hands after all. Some geeks from the Italian Institute of Technology and Tokyo City University have worked together to teach a Fujitsu HOAP-2 robot to erase the whiteboard.

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