Fujitsu is preparing the convertible notebook Lifebook T937 with a USB-C port and support for electronic pen
Lifebook T936 with the original transformation mechanism in the form of a Central hinge is present in the production range of Fujitsu from the end of 2015, so there is nothing surprising in the fact that on the conveyor belt it will soon be replaced by the new model. Novelty, naturally named Lifebook T937, already tested by the Federal communications Commission of the United States.
For Fujitsu Lifebook T937 will use Intel Kaby Lake all three lines and SSD capacity from 128 to 512 GB. The maximum amount of RAM will be most likely 16 GB. The choice on the part of the display will be reduced to matrices with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels and Full HD. In the latter case will also be supported with an active digital pen Wacom. As for the diagonal screen, then it will not change — 13.3 inch.
Also in the configuration of the Lifebook T937 will include adapters Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and Bluetooth 4.1, video outputs D-Sub and HDMI, two USB 3.0 Type-A and one Type-C RJ-45. The battery capacity of the device will be 50 W·h, and the list of additional equipment will be: a fingerprint sensor, Smart Card reader, modem, LTE, GPS, extra battery.
The novelty, most likely, will be on display at CES 2017 a couple of weeks, but on the official Fujitsu website already appeared a page with the price Lifebook T937 in the basic version.
Sources: FCC, Fujitsu, Notebook Italy