Wednesday, March 14th 2018

Fujitsu's Latest LIFEBOOK U938 Wants to be Your Travel Companion

Fujitsu America, Inc. introduces the LIFEBOOK U938 - an enhanced version of its flagship ultra-mobile notebook designed for road warriors and frequent travelers. One of the lightest fully featured business notebooks on the market today, the LIFEBOOK U938 comprises powerful 8th generation Intel Core vPro processors, full size connectivity ports and enterprise-grade biometric authentication.

The 13.3-inch (33.8cm) LIFEBOOK U938 is just 15.5mm tall and has a starting weight of only 1.76 lbs. (799g). Despite its lightweight and slimline profile, it is packed with features including best-in-class connectivity options - with full size interfaces for HDMI, USB types A and C, audio combo, SD and a smart card reader. The U938 is equipped with a long battery runtime to ensure all-day productivity, making it the perfect travel companion.
This top-of-the-line LIFEBOOK is also highly secure, featuring PalmSecure, the advanced biometric authentication system from Fujitsu, which uses individuals' unique palm vein patterns to confirm their identities and help prevent unauthorized access to data. Users can alternatively specify a fingerprint reader for access control while further security is provided by the integrated SmartCard Reader and inclusion of the TPM 2.0 module for hardware-based authentication.

Available in eye-catching satin red or traditional matte black, the LIFEBOOK U938 has a durable but lightweight magnesium casing. It also provides an excellent viewing experience thanks to a full HD anti-glare display or an optional touchscreen.

Pricing and availability
The LIFEBOOK U938 is available to order immediately in the United States and Canada, and shipments will commence this month. It can be purchased directly from Fujitsu and via a region-wide network of authorized resellers.
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3 Comments on Fujitsu's Latest LIFEBOOK U938 Wants to be Your Travel Companion

799g? Is it powered by an AAA battery?
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Their build to order is such a joke. Just built a standard unit on their site that had a final price over $11,000.

lol, Fujitsu
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