Friday, October 19, 2012

Fujitsu Esprimo X913-T Windows 8 All-in-One PC

The year for touchscreen computers is coming as Microsoft's Windows 8 gave a big fortune for manufacturers for a new line of products in the future. Few days ago, we heard that Acer brought out their very own models and now, Fujitsu Esprimo X913-T is following the back of its closest competitor. Aside from Macintosh, the advent of the newest operating system for PC started a twist that could last for another decade. We cannot deny that multi-touch technology is a stunning features of any handheld computers as well for smartphones. However, Fujitsu and Acer find a way to continue their battle by producing a computing environment that will attract the curious consumers.

Fujitsu Esprimo X913-T Windows 8 All-in-One PC

Fujitsu Esprimo is a 23-inch wide all-in-one machine with a promising performance because of its supporting and underlying technology. It is the first smart computer packed with sensor that uses a sound wave in detecting objects in front of the screen. It has a facial recognition device that replaced a manual process with a typical keyboard in accessing its working environment.

For more, here's the specs of Esprimo X913-T:
  • Processor: Available in either Intel Core i3-3220T or Intel Core i5-3470T
  • RAM: Starting from 2GB or 4GB and expandable to 16GB
  • Hard Disk: Options for 750GB (5,400rpm), 320GB (7,200rpm), and 128GB solid-state drive (SSD)
  • Connectivity: Typical WiFi, Gigabit Ethernet, and DVI
  • Ports: 4 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0, standard audio (input and output jacks)
  • Others: Webcam (specification is not yet available)
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 8
That includes an optional facial recognition feature and other accessories. Try to catch the detailed review of Esprimo X913-T soon aside from this report. You can visit the official website of Fujitsu for handful of photos and additional info.

There is no words for pricing yet but according to our source, this will come before the end of 2012 a couple of months from now. And this model is probably more cheaper compared to what we can get from Acer as well from Apple's all-in-one machines.



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