- New line-up to enable the new normal includes high-performance
business notebooks with 11th Gen Intel® CoreTM
- Super-lightweight flagship LIFEBOOK U9 models weigh starting at 756g
- Ultra-mobile premium LIFEBOOK U7 is up to 15% smaller
and thinner than previous generation.
SAR – Media OutReach – 9 February, 2021 – Fujitsu today introduces upgraded LIFEBOOK commercial
notebook designed in line with today’s working styles. The new FUJITSU Notebook
LIFEBOOK U9, U7 and E5 series feature up to the 11th generation Intel®
Core™ i7 vPro® processors and a host of all-round enhancements.
Super-lightweight design redefines no-compromise working
Fujitsu LIFEBOOK U9311 is built to focus on the new normality for busy executives.
With up to the 11th generation Intel® Core™ i7 vPro®
processor and even smaller, more powerful, and lighter than before — weighing
just from 756 grams — the new flagship model of LIFEBOOK range redefines
no-compromise working. Also introducing the featherlight LIFEBOOK U9311X1
convertible, with the generous 13.3″ FHD touchscreen, AES pen with WACOM
technology, rear camera and full set of interfaces, it is your best companion in
improvements match today’s working styles
Available in a
range of popular sizes2, the LIFEBOOK U7 introduces a near-frameless
display3 on 14″ and 15.6″ models. They are thinner and up to 15%
smaller than previous generation. This slimline look, combined with a warm silver
color, gives the new models a strong visual presence. The LIFEBOOKs are good
lookers in a near-frameless screen design and Intel® IRIS® Xe graphics that gives stunning graphics
with an immersive experience for graphics-intensive applications.
built-in HD camera can be closed with an ultra-tiny privacy camera shutter4,
and an electronic ePrivacy filter narrows the readable angle of the screen5.
It gives the best-ever audio for LIFEBOOK from the dual array microphone
featured with noise cancellation technology.
design: New LIFEBOOK models
integrate Windows Hello, while Fujitsu’s contactless PalmSecureTM
biometric authentication provides the highest security and hygience standard. The
series feature Intel® Hardware Shield, available exclusively on the
Intel® vPro® platform, that provides comprehensive
hardware-based security for business, including below-the-OS-security protection,
application and data security protection, and advanced threat detection.
The best connectivity: The latest LIFEBOOK series offers
best-in-class connectivity with full sized LAN, HDMI,
USB-A and ThunderboltTM 4 ports for charging, speedy file
transfer and connect to display in one cable. The new 65Wh four-cell battery6 brings
superb battery performance which enables a full working day of cable-free
Powerful business platform — LIFEBOOK E5
introduces the new generation LIFEBOOK E5 series, featuring robust chassis and
all-round security functions including Fujitsu PalmSecureTM Sensor7,
built-in smartcard reader7, discrete TPM7 and privacy
camera shutter. Legacy features such as service door for convenient
self-upgrade and full size interfaces will be continuously supported in this
Pricing and availability
the new LIFEBOOK varies across countries and region. Prices vary by country and
1 LIFEBOOK U9311X will be available in
specific regions and countries only.
2 Three new advanced line models are
available: LIFEBOOK U7311(13.3″) , U7411(14″); and U7511 (15.6″).
3 Available on LIFEBOOK U7411 and U7511.
4Available on LIFEBOOK U9311, U7 and E5
5 Available on LIFEBOOK U7311 and U7411 (optional).
6 Available on LIFEBOOK U7411 and U7511.
7 Optional features.
Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information
and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology
products, solutions and services. Approximately 130,000 Fujitsu people support
customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of
ICT to shape the future of society with our customers. Fujitsu Limited
(TSE:6702) reported consolidated revenues of 3.9 trillion yen (US$35 billion)
for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2020. For more information, please see www.fujitsu.com.
All other company
or product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of
their respective owners. Information provided in this press release is accurate
at time of publication and is subject to change without advance notice.
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