Photo - Yap Hui Hui, country manager Malaysia, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Ltd. (FPCA).
ICT solutions provider Fujitsu has released a selection of Windows 8 ready devices to help bring the element of touch into the workplace. This move has been welcomed by the creator of the Windows 8 operating system, technology solutions giant Microsoft.
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific (FPCA) country manager, Malaysia, Yap Hui Hui, said the wide selection comprises Fujitsu's quality convertible tablet PC LIFEBOOK T902, 10.1-inch tablet STYLISTIC Q572 and 13.3-inch technology flagship LIFEBOOK SH782. The previously introduced hybrid tablet STYLISTIC Q702 now comes with the new operating system and the convertible tablet PC LIFEBOOK T732 with Windows 8, and shall be available from November 2012.
"Fujitsu is proud to bring some of the latest innovations in workplace device functionalities and usability for our customers in Malaysia," said Yap. "With our long history of producing convertible tablet PCs with touch features, the brand new Fujitsu Touch devices are a perfect fit with Windows 8 to provide users with an intuitive and effective working experience. Especially today where, touch-screen devices are rapidly being adopted across multiple, evolving work environment."
"It's great to see Fujitsu embracing touch on its upcoming business PCs featuring Windows 8," said Microsoft Corp. vice president, worldwide OEM marketing, John Case. "Its innovative new hardware designed for Windows 8 will definitely bring rich 'touch' experiences, adding on to the core security-enhanced features and manageability that enterprise customers need."
FPCA's Yap said that the all-new Fujitsu portfolio was designed to help speed up the way people work with computers - incorporating touch, always-on connectivity and a seamless user experience. "To ensure that users can stay in touch with modern business requirements, Fujitsu offers not only a wide choice of connected devices, but also ground-up design for greater usability and the convenience of touch-screen."
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