by Brad Ward, 7 months ago
A new Fujitsu smartphone has showed up on an AnTuTu benchmark breaking the 25,000 point barrier putting itself on par with the Galaxy S4 and HTC One.
by Bams Sadewo, 1 year ago
Straight from Japan, what you’re looking at is Fujitsu’s latest Android smartphone offering for NTT Docomo, the Arrows V F-04E. Only in Japan would you have a smartphone that can automatically “adjust the display’s color based on the user’s age”. We wouldn’t expect less from Fujitsu’s advanced Human-Centric Engine technology.
by Joe Hindy, 1 year ago
Fujitsu, NTT DoCoMo, and Tobii have been working on an Android tablet called the iBeam that will allow people to control their devices with their eyes. This new eye-tracking software could change the face of modern technology as it can finally give everyone’s fingers a break.
by Adrian Diaconescu, 1 year ago
Before barely getting a chance to take a thorough look at the newly unveiled business-oriented Casio Paper Writer tablet, a new gadget with a similar target got introduced to the public. The Fujitsu Stylistic M532/EA4 will also focus on durability and functionality and will most likely limit itself to the Asian market, but, unlike the Paper Writer, it doesn’t seem to come with a lot of unique features or specs.
by Andrew Grush, 1 year ago
Most of us feel that our expensive electronics should be taken care of in a neat, orderly manner that helps prevent drops and jolts from harming our precious goodies. For those of us that need a device that takes a beating though, the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 is here. Whether the M532 will find itself journeying with you to the deepest darkest jungles as you explore, or merely into the hands of your young children- the military grade design is certainly up to the task. The Fujitsu Stylistic M532 is rated with a MIL-STD-810G rating, meaning that it can withstand some level of impact, shock, dust and water. Additional security features in this tablet includes tracking with Absolute CompuTrace.