Fujitsu Lifebook S904 specs price

Introduced last October, the notebook is a thin and light business-oriented notebook that stresses on data security, flexibility of use, some advanced technical features and and excellent expansion capability like the fingerprint sensor.

Fujitsu Lifebook S904 specs price

The chassis is an aluminum and magnesium alloy, thin and lightweight but highly resistant to shocks and falls. The data is safe thanks to the presence of a Smart Card reader, a TPM module for encryption hardware and Intel Anti Theft technology to trace the lost or stolen device and possibly also erase the memory remotely. A coupling of Kensington security and biometric sensor for fingerprint reading , addressed very important aspect of security in the professional field.

The Lifebook S904 has the remarkable 13.3-inch IGZO anti-reflective HD display (2560 x 1440 resolution), available in polished glass with both touch and non-touch. Customer can chose among Intel Core i5 – 4200U 1.6 GHz or Core i5-4300U 1.9 GHz or Core i7-4600U 2.1 GHz, all available with vPro technology, which provides management Troubleshooting and support remotely in a short time. It offers a maximum of 16 GB of RAM and traditional hard disk drives ranging from 500 GB to 1 TB (5400 RPM), or a hybrid of 500 GB SATA drive with 8 GB cache or SSD of 128 GB/ 256 GB /512 GB, also available in Full Disk Encryption. The Fujitsu Lifebook S904 has 3 USB 3.0, HDMI digital video output and analog VGA for backward compatibility with older external display, an RJ-45 plug and a SD card reader. The OS is Windows 8.

Notebook features a slot which can accommodate an optical drive, or another battery to enhance the battery time of the device. The other crucial feature is the integration of a proprietary port at the bottom, that allows connection to a docking station that adds a number of ports.  Price varies between $ 1649 – $ 1799.


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