The Japanese PC maker has launched two new Ivy Bridge machines with the LifeBook U Series.
Check out a device that adds a virtual touchscreen to any paper or book.
Both Lenovo and Fujitsu have designs coming soon that will use the same chip Apple asked Intel to build for the MacBook Air, according to sources familiar with their plans.
This Fujitsu LifeBook sports a chassis made from a plastic made from cornstarch rather than petroleum. It costs more, but it's green.
Western Digital and Fujitsu have announced the largest 250GB capacity drives available for laptop computers, with Western Digital's drives due in Australia next month.
Tablet PCs probably get dropped more than other computers, so Fujitsu has created two machines that store data by using flash memory rather than traditional hard drives.
Price and industry standardisation remain barriers to widespread adoption, but the biggest hard-drive maker could force competitors to keep pace.
Advanced Micro Devices' Live PC and AMD Live Entertainment Suite among products challenging Intel in digital entertainment arena.
The processors are based on a new socket that lets AMD-based PCs use faster memory chips, virtualisation technology.
XP-based tablets have gotten a lukewarm reception so far. But Microsoft hopes to tempt consumers with improved features.
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