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Fujitsu multitouch resistive touchscreens bring cheap pinch-zooming to Windows 7 notebooks

Fujitsu multitouch resistive touchscreens bring cheap pinch-zooming to Windows 7 notebooks

In the touchscreen pecking order, resistive panels have found themselves with a bad rap compared to their fashionable capacitive cousins. However, Fujitsu is hoping to change all that, with a range of 5.6-, 7- and 12.1-inch resistive touchscreen panels that are capable of recognizing multitouch gestures but also working with gloved fingers or passive styluses.

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Fujitsu P27T-6 IPS display shows 1bn colors; E, B & P LCD lines updated to LED

Fujitsu P27T-6 IPS display shows 1bn colors; E, B & P LCD lines updated to LED

Fujitsu has refreshed its display range, switching wholesale to LED backlighting and offering some particularly high-spec models for graphics mavens. The new E Line, B Line and P Line displays kick off from the affordable, with the 22-inch E22W-6 LED, move through mainstream 19- and 22-inch models, B19-6 LED, B22W-6 LED proGREEN and B22W-6 LED, with four port USB hubs and height-adjustable stands, and then the 23-, 24- and 27-inch P23T-6 IPS, P24W-6 IPS and P27T-6 IPS capable of showing up to one billion colors.

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Fujitsu 3D 360-degree car camera system gets new SoC

Fujitsu 3D 360-degree car camera system gets new SoC

Reversing cameras on cars and trucks aren't new, but Fujitsu has been working on a full 360-degree system that could give a seamless view around a vehicle from just four cameras.  The wrap-around video system consists of the new Fujitsu MB86R11 2D/3D "Emerald L" Graphics SoC and the companion developers toolset; the end result is a 3D hemispheric view of the vehicle's surroundings from a dynamically definable perspective or "free eye point."

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Fujitsu Windows 7 Tablet concepts previewed

Fujitsu Windows 7 Tablet concepts previewed

Fujitsu's dual-display phone wasn't the only prototype the company had on show at CEATEC 2010 this week; the company also brought along a couple of tablet mockups.  Neither of the unnamed slates were functional - in fact the Windows desktops were printed onto stickers and pasted onto the front of the plastic slabs - but that didn't stop NetbookNews snapping some photos.

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Fujitsu Dual-Display phone prototype video demo

Fujitsu Dual-Display phone prototype video demo

We can't get enough of the dual-rotating action of Fujitsu's double-screen concept smartphone, which SlashGear Japan caught up with at CEATEC 2010 this week.  The prototype has a pair of huge 960 x 480 touchscreens which can be left in portrait mode as a lengthy flip-phone or twisted down into a broad clamshell.

Video demo after the cut

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Fujitsu designs wireless high-efficiency multiple device charging system

Fujitsu designs wireless high-efficiency multiple device charging system

There are lots of charging systems on the market today that are able to charge small gadgets like smartphones using magnetic induction. Fujitsu has announced a new development in wireless recharging technology that will allow the charging of multiple devices at the same time without needing wires using magnetic resonance.

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Fujitsu outs Lifebook T580 convertible tablet

Fujitsu outs Lifebook T580 convertible tablet

Fujitsu has announced a new notebook that converts into a tablet called the Lifebook T580. The new tablet machine has a 10.1-inch screen and gets a pair of USB ports, SD card reader, SmartCard reader, a webcam, and outputs for VGA and HDMI.

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Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH530 GFX notebook packs external HD550v 1GB graphics

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH530 GFX notebook packs external HD550v 1GB graphics

Fujitsu's latest external-graphics notebook has been revealed, the LIFEBOOK AH530 GFX, offloading its ATI Mobility Radeon HD550v 1GB video card to make for a more portable main unit.  Based on May's original AH530, complete with optional Core i3, i5 or i7 processors, Blu ray or DVD drives, up to 8GB of RAM and up to 500GB HDD, the AH530 GFX gives desktop users an alternative to the standard notebook's Intel HD GPU.

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Fujitsu LifeBook TH700 convertible dual-mode tablet PC quietly outed

Fujitsu LifeBook TH700 convertible dual-mode tablet PC quietly outed

Fujitsu's latest consumer tablet PC has emerged quietly, showing up this weekend on the company's estore.  The Fujitsu LifeBook TH700 kicks off at $1,099 and has a 12.1-inch dual-mode display - that reacts both to multitouch finger gestures and an active stylus for more precise input - together with an Intel Core i3-350M 2.26GHz processor, 4GB of RAM and a DVD burner.  There's also a 320GB HDD, WiFi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 and Intel HD graphics with an HDMI output.

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Fujitsu LifeBook A530 and AH530 arrive: optional Core i7 & WWAN

Fujitsu LifeBook A530 and AH530 arrive: optional Core i7 & WWAN

Fujitsu have outed two new mainstream notebooks, the LifeBook A530 and the LifeBook AH530.  Each has a 15.6-inch 16:9 widescreen display - available with glossy or matte finishes - together with a choice of Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processors, up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, 500GB of HDD storage and optional Gobi 2000 WWAN.

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Fujitsu Optical Armor protector sheets now come in standard sizes

Fujitsu Optical Armor protector sheets now come in standard sizes

Fujitsu has been busy this week with a new film-film touch screen and now the announcement that its screen protector sheets are now available in standard sizes. The protector sheets are known as Optical Armor and are self-wetting adhesive protector sheets.

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Fujitsu announces new FID-53X touch panels for mobile devices

Fujitsu announces new FID-53X  touch panels for mobile devices

Fujitsu makes components that other companies use to build their gadgets and gizmos as well as making a range of electronic devices themselves. The company has unveiled a new touch screen series today called the FID-53X that promises to be both lighter and stronger than other panels on the market.

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