Esprimo Q956 PC with the embedded palm vein sensor.
Fujitsu has refreshed its mobile and desktop portfolio with upgrades to its line of ESPRIMO and LIFEBOOK PC’s.
Fujitsu said the refresh offers a smaller PC footprint, high security and the performance of the 6th Generation Intel Core processor family.
The Fujitsu Desktop ESPRIMO line offers the new Low Power Active Mode function. The vendor said the function saves energy and enables companies to consider replacing desktop phones with more cost-effective unified communication and collaboration tools.
The new mode function puts new desktop PC models into a standby state similar to smartphones and the PC can remain connected to the network, continuing to receive messages and provide incoming call alerts. It also offers the latest generation ESPRIMO Q956 that contains the embedded palm vein sensor, recognised as a secure biometric authentication technology according to the vendor.
Fujitsu has also refreshed its models in the line of its LIFEBOOK notebooks with the inclusion of the 6th Generation Intel Core processor family and DDR4 memory.
“Today, technology must ultimately empower people to collaborate, to create knowledge and to enable businesses to communicate and engage with customers and partners via a ‘workplace anywhere’ approach that encourages agile and flexible working,” Fujitsu vice president of global client computing business, Jorg Hartmann, said.
“The optimised technology underpinning Fujitsu’s refreshed desktop and mobile portfolio delivers the highest levels of performance-boosting productivity, lowers Total Cost of Ownership and further cuts energy.”
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