Fujitsu announces Esprimo desktop PCs with world’s first keyboards supporting built-in palm vein sensors

Fujitsu today announced its enhanced line of Esprimo desktop PCs for enterprise customers. The new models will be available starting today only in Japan. All of the new Esprimo desktop models are equipped with the latest architecture for high-speed processing, including the 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. All Esprimo models now have, as an available option, the world’s first keyboards supporting built-in palm vein sensors that easily enable the user to be authenticated simply with the passing of the user’s hand over a scanner.

Power consumption can be cut with such features as the Power Supply Coordination Service Concept (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) which enables zero power to be consumed in standby mode when with main switch or display switch has been accidentally left on. Another way to save power is offered by the all-in-one PC with a built-in LCD screen that enables just the power for the display to be turned off.

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