Fujitsu’s Lifebook U938 Features Palm Vein Biometrics

“Representing the latest example of the growing preponderance of biometric security on laptop and computer devices, the Lifebook U938 runs on Windows 10 (which, of course, supports biometric authentication via its Windows Hello platform)…”

Fujitsu's Lifebook U938 Features Palm Vein Biometrics

Fujitsu has unveiled the latest in its Lifebook line of lightweight laptops, and the device once again places a premium on biometric security: Like last year’s Lifebook U937, the Lifebook U938 features palm vein authentication – Fujitsu’s trademark, when it comes to biometrics – via the built-in PalmSecure scanning system. Support for fingerprint recognition also makes its return on the new laptop as an alternative authentication mechanism; and, as an additional security mechanism, the device features a built-in smart card reader.

Other features of the new device include an 8th generation Intel Core vPro processor, a battery designed to last throughout the work day, and HDMI, USB, and SD ports. In keeping with Fujitsu’s emphasis on easy portability with the Lifebook series, the device weighs only 1.76 pounds.

Representing the latest example of the growing preponderance of biometric security on laptop and computer devices, the Lifebook U938 runs on Windows 10 (which, of course, supports biometric authentication via its Windows Hello platform), and is available in red or matte black. Fujitsu says the device is available immediately in the US and Canada, but hasn’t yet announced its pricing.

(Originally posted on FindBiometrics)