Fujitsu Announces New Windows All-In-One With ESPRIMO X923, Includes New Low Power Active Mode

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FUJITSU ESPRIMO X923

Fujitsu has announced a new Windows All-in-One machine called ESPRIMO X923 and ESPRIMO X923-T. ESPRIMO X923-T will have touchscreen in addition to all the features of ESPRIMO X923. Both these comes with 23-inch display, DeskView and Intel® vPro™ technology, CPU up to Intel® Core™ i7-4785T processor, 8 MB, 2.20 GHz, up to 3.2 GHz, up to 16GB RAM, up to 1TB HDD or SSD options.

It has one innovative feature called The Low Power Active Mode that supports a wide range of new usage scenarios. This is similar to Connected Standby mode in Windows Ultrabooks.

The ESPRIMO X923 can be switched to Low Power Active Mode (LPAM). With this innovative feature activated, the PC will shut down power-hungry applications (e.g. browsers and office programs) when they are idle, so that they’re practically turned off. The network connection remains in an active state. At the same time, the PC draws just enough current for critical background tasks to be performed – for instance, virus scans or remote maintenance. What’s more, the PC is immediately available for incoming calls or videoconferencing.

Source: Fujitsu

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  • Seath

    One thing they did wrong with it is that they didn’t put dedicated video card in to it. Otherwise it looks good.

  • Sunovavic

    Low Power Active Mode? Does it come with a battery like the Sony Vaio Tap 21?