Fujitsu’s Windows 8 range for Japan includes eyeball-controlled Esprimo FH98/JD all-in-one
In addition to its gender-obsessed Floral Kiss range, Fujitsu has announced a gabble of Windows 8 form factors for its Japanese clientele. One of the more curious additions is the Esprimo FH98/JD all-in-one PC, which lets you pan across Microsoft’s new UI using the very same eye-tracking technology we played with at CEATEC. There’s also a slightly refreshed version of the 14-inch FMV Lifebook UH75 last seen running Windows 7 at CeBIT, which persists in its claim to be the “world’s thinnest Ultrabook” at 15.6mm. Two more Lifebooks make similar promises in their respective non-Ultrabook weight categories — the 13.3-inch SH76/J and the 15.6-inch AH78/JA, which both stretch to around 20mm at their thickest points. At the back of the convoy comes the 10-inch waterproof Arrows Tab Wi-Fi, which was already draped in Windows 8 colors when we went hands-on a few weeks back. It’s mostly academic unless you’ll be in Japan after October 26th, but the source link has plenty more pics and specs.
Pubblicato il 22/10/2012, in Hi-Tech con tag ah75, AH78, AH78JA, Esprimo, Esprimo FH98JD, EsprimoFh98jd, FH98, FH98JD, fmv, fujitso arrows tab, FujitsoArrowsTab, Fujitsu, fujitsu arrows tab wi-fi, FujitsuArrowsTabWi-fi, LifeBook, LIFEBOOK SH76J, LIFEBOOK UH75J, LifebookSh76j, LifebookUh75j, SH76, SH76J, UH75J. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.