Most of the big names in the tech industry like to spread out their guns and very rarely drop more than a couple of bombs at once. But not Fujitsu. On the contrary, as the Japan-based IT giant has today unveiled 13 (thirteen) new products.
There are no less than nine laptops there, as well as three all-in-one PCs and a tablet. All of these run Windows 8 out of the box and probably the most enticing products are the Lifebook AH notebooks.
The top-of-the-line AH77/K and AH56/K feature 15.6-inch Full HD IPS touchscreens, Core I7 CPUs and 8 GB of RAM. As for lower-end models in the series, those come with 1,360 x 768 touch panels and i5 or i3 processors.
The Lifebook SH family includes two 13.3-inch laptops with Core i5 CPUs and 1,366 x 768 non-touch displays, while the UH75 and 55 come with 13.3 and 14-inch screens, as well as Core i3 and i5 processors.
Moving on to AIOs, we have two high-end Esprimo FH models with a 23-inch touch-enabled screen and a 21.5-inch non-touch one and a more modest EH PC with a 20-inch display, an AMD chip and 4 GB of RAM.
Last, but not least, Fujitsu has also presented the Wi-Fi only version of the Arrows Tab, a 10.1-inch slate with a dual-core Intel Atom Z2760 processor, 2 GB of RAM and a 64 GB SSD.
Pricing details are kept secret all-around, while shipments are set to start later this month.