Not wanting to be left behind by the competition with the launch of Intel’s new 3rd Generation Ivy Bridge processors, Fujitsu, a globally-known Japanese ICT giant has recently launched a slew of new Lifebooks all powered by the new processor, to fit the lifestyles of those looking for a portable machine for both work and leisure.
Announcing 11 brand new Lifebooks, which include the S,U,L,A,E and P series, the new Lifebooks provide excellent performance that is a combination of long battery life, performance and entertainment features that make up Fujitsu’s Takumi design philosophy.
Some of the notable models that were introduced include Fujitsu’s first foray into the Ultrabook market, the Fujitsu Lifebook UH572 and U772. The U-series Lifebook features a long battery life, and is powered by Intel’s 3rd Generation Core i-series processors that offers uncompromised performance for professionals on the go.
The E-series Lifebooks meanwhile is built for businessmen who are constantly on the move, with security features and the new USB 3.0 ports that are built into the Lifebook that is meant for high data transfer speeds.
Other Lifebook launches includes the enterprise-ready S-series, the funky SH-series that comes in three different colours to suit the tastes of the young generation, the elegant L-series and the multimedia-centric A-series that features Onkyo speakers, for that life-like sound experience.