Fujitsu LifeBook E741/C is an Intel Huron River Laptop with first “Palm Vein Sensor”

LifeBook E741 C is an Intel Huron River Laptop with first Palm Vein Sensor

Fujitsu added the new LifeBook E741/C to its range of very laptops. This model is based on the latest mobile platform, Intel, Huron River, and has unique features: it can identify the user through the veins in his arms.

As can be seen in the photograph on the front panel LifeBook has a small-sized touch panel. It is located near the main touch panel and is designed to identify the user. As is known, the structure of veins in each person is unique and inimitable as his fingerprints, so Fujitsu has decided to use this feature of the human body to identify his personality. With regard to the basic characteristics LifeBook E741/C, they are as follows: 15.6 “display HD Ready (1366×768), CPU Core i7-2620M, chipset Intel QM67 Express, 160 GB internal drive, 1 GB of RAM, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Windows 7 Professional 32-bit.

In Japan, Fujitsu plans to roll out the LIFEBOOK E741/C in the middle of next month (price: $2,930 with the sensor).

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