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

Sep 22, 2017
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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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Sep 16, 2015
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System Name Project Clockwerk
Processor Xeon E5-2687W v4 (ES)
Motherboard ASRock X99E-ITX/ac
Cooling Cooler Master Seidon 240P
Memory HyperX Fury DDR4 2x16GB 2400MHz
Video Card(s) Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1
Storage Samsung SM961 128GB / 850EVO 250GB / Seagate 2TB
Display(s) ASUS MG278Q / BenQ HT1075
Case "CW-A" custom ITX case, 14L, 120mm+240mm cooling, full length GPU, 2x standard 5.25" bay
Audio Device(s) "Almagest" custom PC-Fi system, I2SoverUSB interface + DSD1796 based DAC + 3-level amp
Power Supply SilverStone SX600-G
Mouse Corsair Scimitar RGB
Keyboard Cherry G80-3000 red / CM Storm Quick Fire TK red
Software Design suites from Microsoft, Adobe, Autodesk and MathWorks.
799g? Is it powered by an AAA battery?
Oct 30, 2008
1,644 (0.39/day)
System Name Lailalo / Edelweiss
Processor Ryzen 1700 @ 3.8Ghz / i7 3610QM @2.3-3.2Ghz
Motherboard Asus X370 Prime/ Lenovo Y580
Cooling Noctua / Big hunk of copper
Memory 16GB DDR4 3200 Ripjaws with Samsung chips / 8GB Hyundai DDR3 1600
Video Card(s) XFX R9 390 / GTX 660M 2GB
Storage Crucial 1TB MX500 SSD, Segate 3TB, 64GB Synapse SSD as Pagefile drive / Western Digital 1TB 7200RPM
Display(s) LG Ultrawide 29in @ 2560x1080 / Lenovo 15.6 @ 1920x1080
Case Coolermaster Storm Sniper / Lenovo Y580
Audio Device(s) Asus Xonar DG / Whatever Lenovo used
Power Supply Antec Truepower Blue 750W + Thermaltake 5.25in 250W / Big Power Brick
Mouse G602
Keyboard G510s
Software Windows 10 Pro / Windows 10 Home
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