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Saturday, June 11th 2011 - 08:10 CEST
Nuance announce that its T9 Trace, T9 Write and XT9 are shipping on the recently launched Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 slate tablet PC. The new Fujitsu slate tablet PC was specifically designed for the mobile enterprise, with features like security, management, usability, content creation and collaboration, and a multi-touch interface powered by Nuance’s market-leading predictive input technology. Tablets are experiencing significant adoption because they keep today’s mobile consumer connected both personally and professionally. But without an intuitive interface, that productivity becomes limited. Nuance’s T9 Trace transforms the virtual keypad on the Fujitsu slate tablet PC into one that allows users to input text faster than ever.
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Monday, January 19th 2009 - 19:38 CET
AuthenTec, the world leading provider of fingerprint sensors and solutions, announced that NTT DOCOMO is now offering subscribers the world’s first fingerprint-enabled waterproof cell phone, the Fujitsu F-01A handset. This feature-rich phone is the first to use a fingerprint sensor using AuthenTec’s revolutionary new TouchStone packaging. In addition to convenient and easy-to-use security, the phone incorporates AuthenTec’s TrueNav technology for touchpad-like navigational control via AuthenTec’s AES1711 fingerprint sensor.
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Monday, August 27th 2007 - 20:35 CEST
Fujitsu Media Devices Limited, a manufacturer specialized in devices for mobile phone equipment, has developed the T0311QZ1950 (Band I), T0311QZ0836 (Band V), and T0312QZ1880 (Band II) - compact, high-performance transmitter modules with the world’s highest power efficiency for W-CDMA mobile phones. Fujitsu Media Devices will begin supplying successive samples of the modules from September. Fujitsu Media Devices is also planning to develop transmitter modules for Bands IV and VIII in an effort to further strengthen its product lineup. Fujitsu Media Devices is a pioneer in developing CDMA transmitter modules with built-in power amps for transmitting data to reduce the electrical connect and space requirements of RF parts in mobile phones.
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Tuesday, August 14th 2007 - 16:51 CEST
Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific proudly reveals the latest addition to its convertible tablet PC series - the remarkably powerful LifeBook T2010 that is designed for productivity and mobility. This outstanding performer weighs a mere 1.53 kg, and offers an impressive battery life of up to 11 hours³ with a 9-cell battery. Its portability and reliability takes a substantial load off students and makes it a breeze for travellers to carry through their erratic expedition. Possessing a 3-axis Shock Sensor, this sleek and handy companion also assures that you will not be easily affected by data loss from carelessness or unforeseen accidents.

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