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Fujitsu Lifebook NH751 gaming notebook review

Fujitsu may be one of the more popular brands for notebook PCs here, and while their products usually span the entire gamut of possible hardware configurations ranging from entry-level machines to mainstream-grade notebooks, it does not change the fact that the company has never released a high-performance, gaming-grade notebook for sale in Singapore.

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Fujitsu begins shipping Japan’s next-generation supercomputer – the “K” computer

Fujitsu announced today that it began shipping the computing units for Japan's Next-Generation Supercomputer, nicknamed the "K" computer. The supercomputer is a central part of the High-Performance Computing Infrastructure initiative led by Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, and is being jointly developed with RIKEN, an independent

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Fujitsu 2205GL LCD Monitor Review

Fujitsu is a name closely associated to desktop, notebook and tablet PCs (under the Lifebooks series), laptop's hard disks and even scanners. But for this review, the Japanese company has sent us a product which is not commonly seen in their product porfolio - an LCD monitor. (more…)

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Fujitsu Lifebook MH330 Available From April

Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific has announced the availability of their latest Lifebook MH330 for the mobile road warriors who want portability and performance in a sleek package. The MH330 is only an inch thick, weighs 1.1kg and is powered by Intel Atom N450 processor with 250GB hard disk. (more…)

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Apple and Fujitsu to fight over ‘iPad’ Name

Just a day after Apple has announced their new iPad tablet, the maker is having some legal issues over the name with Fujitsu. Apparently, the Japanese manufacturer has designed a handheld product in 2002 with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and VoIP, called iPad. Read on for the news. (more…)

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