Fujitsu’s specialty these days is making ultrasecure business notebooks. They embed technologies like PalmSecure, which is widely used in many different levels of corporate authorization units, and it is only natural to embed the technology inside a notebook, provided that the sensor is small enough.
Additionally, they offer some of their laptops with Intel’s vPro processors, and one of them is the LifeBook U9310X. It is a convertible with stupidly low weight, that is actually compliant with the MIL-STD-810G standard. Also, it has a camera both above the display and above the keyboard, so you can take a picture at practically any time.
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