Fujitsu has released its ‘most powerful ever’ mobile workstation, which brings the product category closer to the performance of desktop units.
Available now, the Celsius H760 is a 15.6″ workstation can accomplish all that a desktop model can do, including CAD/CAM work. It uses the Quadro M2000M graphics platform (based on Nvidia’s Maxwell architecture), and either Intel Core (i5/i7) or Xeon processors. Windows 10 or Windows 7 Professional 64-bit can be installed.
Security is handled through an integrated SmartCard reader and Trusted Platform Module 2.0. Optionally, users can install the PalmSecure biometric authentication system and/or a fingerprint reader.
The display can be either 1920 x 1080 or UltraHD. Both types are anti-glare, with an IPS panel (500:1/400:1 contrast ratio, respectively) and 300 cd/m² of brightness.
Up to 64GB of RAM can be installed, depending on processor type. Dual-core processors feature two DIMM RAM slots, quad-core units feature four slots. Storage is between 256GB (SSHD) and 1TB (HDD).
DisplayPort, VGA, USB-C, USB 3.0 (x2), USB 2.0 and RJ45 ports are featured, as well as Fujitsu’s port replicator – enabling the workstation to connect to Lifebook notebooks and Stylistic convertible PCs.
Price is available on request, depending on region and configuration.