Fujitsu is truly and unbelievably relentless. Not that we’re complaining or anything, but the Japanese deserve an award of some kind. Or maybe a mention in The Guinness Book of Records.
After all, they have given us a lot to talk about lately — with 13 gadgets in total introduced back in February, three more yesterday and two extra earlier today. In all honesty, these two were probably on display at CeBIT ever since Monday but we only spotted them now.
The first is a real head-scratcher, being very mysterious. It’s definitely a 10-inch tablet, but we don’t know a lot of things about it. Rumor has it it’s one and the same as the previously unveiled Arrows V F-04E, only with a palm scanner of sorts.
But don’t be thinking the tab will tell you your fortune after. Instead, this palm scanning thing will be a new security method of unlocking the device. Funky, right?
The other new Fujitsu fellow is a lot less original, looking like a fairly average 15-inch fatty ultrabook wannabe. The Lifebook AH562 comes with a 1,366 x 768 pixels resolution display, an Intel Core i5 CPU, HD 4000 graphics and a €699 price point in Europe. Not bad, but not awe-inspiring either.