The Japanese IT and computer hardware company are preparing for the CeBIT 2011 event in Hanover this week and will be unveiling their new 22” wireless PC display. They are claiming it is the first ‘truly wireless display’ this means it doesn’t even have a power cable and will showcase the device as well as the other products they plan on bringing to the event.
It works by using both an inductive power system that uses Smart Universal Power Access (SUPA) and cable free wireless data. Developed with The Fraunhofer Institute, SUPA hotspots that are built into office panels, countertops and desks use magneto-induction transmitter antennas. These allow for ’park and play’ with the displays, similar to how an electric toothbrush would work.
Fujitsu will also be showing off their STYLISTIC Q550 Business Class Slate PC and the new ISV Cloud Program at the CeBIT event. The keyboard free slate PC has a 10.1” display and is designed to meet even the most strict business and government IT security requirements.
You can find out more about these devices by visiting the Fujitsu website or you can check out the article about their CeBIT launces over at ITP.net. What do you think of the wireless display and Fujitsu’s other new products? Let us know down below.
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