The new 15.6-inch (36.9cm) Fujitsu CELSIUS H760 Mobile Workstation frees high-end users such as designers, architects and engineers from desk-bound devices, without compromise on security, connectivity or performance claims the manufacturer.
Available now, the CELSIUS H760 is Fujitsu’s highest performance ever mobile workstation to match entry-level desktop workstation capabilities. The new workstation is equally powerful on the road and in the office – no matter whether this is for video, 3D CAD or visualisation.
Ulrike Rueger, Head of Category Management for Client Computing Devices and Internet of Things at Fujitsu EMEIA, says: “Until now, users had to compromise when working with mobile workstations, as it has always been challenging to match desktop workstation class performance in a mobile device. Now, Fujitsu has managed to fit all the technology and maximum security into a 15.6-inch mobile workstation. The CELSIUS H760 starts a new era in Fujitsu’s almost 20-year history in developing mobile workstations. From today, you can enjoy unlimited mobility with a workstation that computes without compromise.”
Serge Palaric, VP Sales Embedded & OEMs EMEA at NVIDIA, says: “The Quadro M2000M graphics platform, based on NVIDIA’s innovative Maxwell architecture, delivers best performance for a 15-inch mobile device. As Fujitsu has built this in to the new Fujitsu CELSIUS H760, engineers and designers can expect desktop-level performance and the stability and compatibility to meet the requirements of the most demanding professional users.”
CELSIUS H760 users enjoy maximum security for their sensitive data thanks to a full array of security features, such as the integrated SmartCard reader, TPM 2.0 for data encryption and management as well as the option of built-in Fujitsu PalmSecure biometric access.
When it comes to connectivity and docking, there is no need to carry multiple adapters. The CELSIUS H760 includes the latest USB Type-C connector offering more speed, more protocols and charging capabilities2, a VGA port to connect to projectors, and a full size DisplayPort for use for external monitors. The docking station allows for more convenience in the office, thanks to use of the same standard Fujitsu port replicator that works with LIFEBOOK notebooks and STYLISTIC 2-in-1 devices.
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