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Fujitsu Tablet Prototype Lets You Feel Rough and Smooth Textures on Screen

Fujitsu Tablet Prototype Lets You Feel Rough and Smooth Textures on Screen
Fujitsu has rolled out a prototype tablet that has a cool bit of tech inside. The tablet has haptic sensory technology inside that allows you to feel images on the screen. Users are able to feel…

Fujitsu Walking Stick Concept Has GPS & LED Screen: It Cane Be Your Guide

Fujitsu Walking Stick Concept Has GPS & LED Screen: It Cane Be Your Guide
We usually hear about new tablets and smartphones at the Mobile World Congress, but this year Fujitsu also showed off a different mobile device. The Japanese company had a working prototype of a cane that downloads…
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Fujitsu Tech Lets PCs and Mobile Devices Talk and Swap Files by “Looking” at Each Other

Fujitsu Tech Lets PCs and Mobile Devices Talk and Swap Files by “Looking” at Each Other
There are already a couple of ways by which mobile devices can communicate with computers without using wires, like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and the newer Near Field Communication technology or NFC. But Fujitsu Laboratories has come up…

Transparent Fujitsu Android Smartphone Offers Two-Sided Touchscreen

Transparent Fujitsu Android Smartphone Offers Two-Sided Touchscreen
I guess that the next generation smartphones will be sporting a brand new look that’s almost out of science-fiction. This has been something that people have been lusting after for years – transparent screens – like…

Fujitsu Folli Follie Mobile Phone Heads to China Smelling Like Perfume

Fujitsu Folli Follie Mobile Phone Heads to China Smelling Like Perfume
When it comes to weird gadgets and phones, Asia has a lock on the category. You can bet if there is a strange feature to be added, Asian phone makers will add it. For instance, the…

Anderson Notebook PC Concept Swings Both Ways

Anderson Notebook PC Concept Swings Both Ways
I have to say that designboom’s recent competition to inspire new laptop and tablet devices for Fujitsu [JP] has included some pretty cool concepts. The latest to surface is this hybrid tablet that would have a…

Fujitsu Lifebook Frame Concept: Too Wide for Its Own Good?

Fujitsu Lifebook Frame Concept: Too Wide for Its Own Good?
I get that widescreen tablets might work for some people, but ultimately, their proportions make them harder to do anything but watch movies on them. Still, this widescreen portable concept looks interesting. As with some of…

Ecopad Tablet Concept: Let Your Fingers Do the Charging

Ecopad Tablet Concept: Let Your Fingers Do the Charging
It’s true that most tablets do need to get charged up regularly, so it would be nice to come up with a way to reduce the need for recharging. The Ecopad concept was given a special…

Nesting PC Virtual Tablet Concept: What You See is What You Get

Nesting PC Virtual Tablet Concept: What You See is What You Get
We’ve featured several entries from this year’s Fujitsu Design Award competition organized by designboom, but all of them focused on modularizing a computer or making it more portable. It’s not a surprising focus, what with the…

Keyless Lifebook Concept Lets You Make Your Own Virtual Keyboard

Keyless Lifebook Concept Lets You Make Your Own Virtual Keyboard
I’ll be the first to tell you that I’m far less efficient typing on a touchscreen than I am when using a tactile keyboard. Heck, even today’s relatively flat laptop keyboards are still much faster for…

Fujitsu Flexbook Concept: Folding Tablet/Netbook Fits in Your Pocket

Fujitsu Flexbook Concept: Folding Tablet/Netbook Fits in Your Pocket
The Flexbook was created by Taiwan-based designer Hao-Chun Huang for entry into Fujitsu’s 2011 Design Award contest. As the name implies, it’s basically a foldable netbook that can also be used as a tablet. The design…

Bento Book Laptop + Tablet + Smartphone = Modular Transformer Computer

Bento Book Laptop + Tablet + Smartphone = Modular Transformer Computer
While this scenario has been explored before, it’s the first time that I’ve seen something that might actually work well. The laptop becomes a dock for your smartphone and your tablet, allowing you to seamlessly use…

Fujitsu Lifebooks Cram Pico Projector into Optical Drive Bay

Fujitsu Lifebooks Cram Pico Projector into Optical Drive Bay
I know that there are many business users that travel all around giving presentations for one thing or another. If  you’re one of these people, or have sat through any of them you know that a…

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Tablet Specs Revealed

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Tablet Specs Revealed
The tablet market is scorching hot today with many of the new offerings showing up with Android on board. There is a place for tablets that run Windows too, especially in the business and medical communities.…

Fujitsu Unveils the World’s Second Dual Touchscreen Android Phone

Fujitsu Unveils the World’s Second Dual Touchscreen Android Phone
Kyocera caught everyone’s attention when they introduced Echo, a dual touchscreen phone running Android. The Echo didn’t stay unique for long though, because Fujitsu recently showed off their own dual touchscreen Android phone at the Mobile…

Robot Learns to Clean Whiteboard, Still Won’t Help If You Used a Sharpie

Robot Learns to Clean Whiteboard, Still Won’t Help If You Used a Sharpie
After teaching a robot to flip pancakes and shoot arrows, Dr. Petar Kormushev decided to instruct his robot in a new skill that could come in handy at your next meeting – cleaning whiteboards.…
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