Fujitsu’s ESPRIMO desktop PCs have world’s first palm vein sensors in their keyboards

Palm vein sensor

Fujitsu Limited (富士通株式会社) has introduced ESPRIMO desktop PCs and LIFEBOOK notebook PCs for the enterprise customers.

Its ESPRIMO PCs come with third-generation Intel® Core™ processor family of high-performance CPUs. The ESPRIMO D752/E supports Intel® vPro™ technology, which facilitates PC operations management work, The ESPRIMO D582/E offers a wide range of customizations, and the ESPRIMO K553/E, which is a space-saving all-in-one PC unit with a built-in LCD screen.

[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /]LIFEBOOK U772/E Ultrabook comes with full security features and is an Ultra-thin yet sturdy laptop, and LIFEBOOK N532/E comes with PC-sized screen.

The company has introduced the world’s first keyboards with palm vein sensors in all of the ESPRIMO models, which will enable to authenticate the user simply by passing his/her hand through the sensor. Power Supply Coordination Service Concept enables zero power consumption in standby mode.

From Fujitsu,

By equipping the main PC unit with a power supply port, power can be supplied from the main unit to the display unit. When power to the main PC unit is turned off, the power supply to the display unit is also stopped, preventing the unit from accidentally being left on.

Source: Fujitsu

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