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AuthenTec sensors grace Fujitsu Siemens laptops

Posted: 17 Sep 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:sensor fingerprint? laptop? security?

Fujitsu Siemens Computers' new ESPRIMO mobile business notebook PCs will receive an extra boost on security with the aid of AuthenTec's new AES2550 fingerprint sensor. The lineup of ESPRIMO laptops that offer AuthenTec's AES2550 include the ultraportable ESPRIMO Mobile U9215, the 14.1-inch notebook ESPRIMO Mobile M9415, the desktop replacement ESPRIMO Mobile D9515, and the mobile workstations CELSIUS H260 and H275.

"As a leading international IT corporation, Fujitsu Siemens wanted to create a highly mobile lineup tailored for today's business requirements, with a rich feature set and unrestricted connectivity. We believe we achieved this goal with the new ESPRIMO Mobile and CELSIUS business notebooks, and that users will appreciate the convenient security offered with the addition of AuthenTec's new AES2550 fingerprint sensor," said Andreas Thimmel, senior VP, Volume Business at Fujitsu Siemens Computers.

"Our AES2550 sensor is proving to be a popular new addition to our PC product portfolio, as evidenced by its integration into a growing number of Centrino 2 notebooks such as the new ESPRIMO Mobile Series by Fujitsu Siemens Computers," said Tom Aebli, AuthenTec VP of PC products. "Europe is an important growth region for AuthenTec, and we are pleased to further expand our relationship with Fujitsu Siemens Computers through this collaboration. We believe today's mobile business user will quickly appreciate the added security and convenience that our AES2550 bring to these new high-performance ESPRIMO and CELSIUS mobile notebooks."





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