Fujitsu added its new family of professional notebooks Lifebook E. These three teams 15’6, 14 and 13’3 inch thickness have reduced by 25% and weight by 15% compared to the previous generation.
But the most characteristic feature of the models Lifebook E753, E754 and E733 is undoubtedly its versatility thanks to its modular bay. In the space normally used for DVD, these notebooks can also include an external battery, an embellishment, the second hard drive and even a 40 lumen LED pico. This feature is useful for internal and customer meetings, as it eliminates the need for an external project. This is the first time a manufacturer allows this possibility.
The new equipment Fujitsu have Intel Core i7 vPro processors, memory up to 16 GB, HDD 500 GB or 512 GB SSD and port replicator with four USB 3.0, VGA, DVI, two Display Port, eSATA and LAN.
Its range reaches 9 or 10 hours, but combining the two batteries can extend the range up to 18. Another advantage is that you can charge through a USB connection when turned off.
Of course, security could not miss among the new batch of Japanese notebooks. The Lifebook E offer exceptional protection for important data and ensure information against unauthorized access by third parties, theft protection, TPM, hard drives with network encryption, smart card reader and fingerprint reader options.
Its price is 900 euros for the most basic model. The pico is sold separately and costs about 200 euros.