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Fujitsu showed a tablet with built-in fingerprint palms
Fujitsu showed a tablet with built-in fingerprint palms March 5, 2013
Today in Hanover opened an international exhibition dedicated to office equipment and telecommunication technologies. According to Engadget, this year’s CeBIT began sluggishly, especially when compared with the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, in which it was presented, several highly anticipated new products . If the MWC company Fujitsu showed waterproof tablet and GPS-stick , then she brought with CeBIT fails tablet with built-in fingerprint reader for hands. The fact that Fujitsu is working on such a system, it became known in the past year, but to see the final product or a working prototype of the model we have only today.
These are the 10-inch tablet, which looks a little bigger than their 10-inch counterparts due to the additional space allocated for the biometric device. In fact, Fujitsu developed a compact sensor that is placed in the upper display frame. But it is doubtful whether the technology will be implemented in the near future. Until the end of the year we do not see, said a company spokesman. The device itself is clad in plastic and magnesium chassis.
According to a Fujitsu, novelty appears first in Japan and then to the rest of the world. In Europe, the tablet will go on sale in June. Price, unfortunately, not reported.
Given that the emphasis is on safety, it can be assumed that the tablet is aimed at business customers segment. Other details can be seen on the video below.
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