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Fujitsu's new resistive multi-touch panel detects finger and stylus input simultaneously

By - July 24, 2010 1 Picture
Fujitsu has announced the release of multi-input resistive touch panels with the ability to detect simultaneous inputs. This means that potentially you could have input coming from your finger and from a stylus at the very same time. While multi-touch is nothing new to most readers (especially those with a taste for Apple products), it should be clarified that this functionality is normally associated with capacitive touch screens and not resistive panels like these new ones from Fujitsu. Read More
— Computers

Fujitsu adds four new LifeBook mobile computing solutions

By - June 30, 2010 5 Pictures
Fujitsu has launched an enhancement and three new additions to the company's LifeBook range. The MH330 and MH380 models feature the latest Atom processors, backlit LED displays and DDR3 memory. The TH700 and T730 notebooks come with Dual Digitizer multi-touch screens, the latest Intel Core processors and a range of security features including a BIOS lock, fingerprint reader and 3D shock sensor. Read More
— Science

World's first 25Gbps data communication using Quantum Dot Laser achieved

By - June 4, 2010 1 Picture
A collaboration between Fujitsu and the University of Tokyo achieved a record 25Gbps data communication link using quantum dot laser, a low-cost technology that can reliably handle high-speed data transmissions while consuming minimal power. With good performance and wide margins for further improvement, this development paves the way to the next generation of high-speed Ethernet data communications, which will see a tenfold increase in transfer speed. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Fujitsu's second-gen color e-paper – brightness x 1.3, re-write speed x 2, contrast x 3

By - May 9, 2010 2 Pictures
E-paper has some compelling advantages for the next generation of handheld and tablet devices. It provides an image which is very stable and easy to read in comparison to commonly used screen technologies, it consumes negligible power and is lightweight and paper-thin. Color paper arrived in 2007 but it hasn't really been good enough, until now. The principal developer of color e-paper to date has been Fujitsu which has just announced a dramatic increase in color e-paper display quality. The technology will be shown this week at Fujitsu Forum 2010 (May 13 - 14 at Tokyo International Forum) and can be expected in Japanese market e-book readers and advertising billboards by Q3 this year. Read More
— Computers

Fujitsu's new slim LifeBook MH330

By - April 7, 2010 5 Pictures
Fujitsu's new LifeBook MH330 is under three quarters of an inch thick at its thinnest point, Atom-powered and benefits from 802.11n wireless networking capabilities. The notebook does not include an internal optical drive but instead features the facility to wirelessly share the one that's already sitting in a PC. Read More
— Mobile Technology

Fujitsu announces winners of Mobile Phone design competition

By - October 7, 2009 0 Pictures
In May of this year, Fujitsu called on the imagination of the public to help the company come up with some mobile designs for the future. Offering budding designers the choice of being realistically practical or wildly imaginative, the company received around 2000 entries over the Summer and has just announced the winners at the CEATEC technology trade show in Japan. Read More
— Digital Cameras

Leica's 37.5 megapixel S2 professional DSLR camera due in October

By - August 3, 2009 5 Pictures
It was first seen in September 2008 at the Photokina trade show in Cologne, Germany. Now manufacturer Leica has announced that its compact top end professional S2 DSLR camera system will be available from October. The S2 sports an impressive 37.5 megapixel (MP) pixel count, has a 30 by 45mm sensor, a super fast Maestro image processor, an OLED top panel information display and a newly developed precision autofocus. There's a whole bunch of new lenses too. But before you rush to pre-order, you'd better sit down, take a deep breath and prepare yourself because the recommended retail price is a whopping UK£15,996 for the camera body alone (with a US price set at US$22,995). Read More

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