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Lenovo Virtual Reality Headset Designed for Enterprise Use

Plus, an ultra-small workstation from Dell is aimed at tight workspaces and edge computing, and Fujitsu’s Lifebook U7310 is a lightweight, versatile laptop with long battery life and extra security features.

by / July/August 2020

Virtual View

Lenovo announced the Lenovo Mirage VR S3 headset with the ThinkReality application platform. The all-in-one headset was developed in conjunction with Pico Interactive, a technology company that builds VR and enterprise software. The headset features a 4K display for clearer visuals, hands-free control for use with or without the provided controller, and an easily cleaned hygienic face plate suitable for mass use. Built with integrated audio and up to three hours of battery life, the Mirage VR S3 is rugged, lightweight and specifically designed to scale within the enterprise. 

Small but Mighty

The Dell Precision 3240 Compact Workstation is an ultra-small form factor workstation designed for tight workspaces and edge computing. This small but powerful system can operate with up to seven displays and is virtual-reality-ready, with an optional NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000 graphics card. The device comes with a 10th Generation Intel Core-i9 or Xeon processor up to 8 cores, up to 64 GB of RAM and up to 4 GB of storage. The workstation has several mounting options, and dust and wire covers, giving it more flexibility in device placement. 

On the Go

The new FUJITSU LIFEBOOK U7310 notebook incorporates a 10th generation Intel Core processor, along with a 13.3-inch screen, light weight from 1.17 kg and a Thunderbolt 3 connector, for mobility and portability. The 19.2 mm notebook also offers a high-definition or full-high-definition (FHD) display, anti-glare, FHD touch panel option, magnesium housing, and optional backlit keyboard. The U7310 contains up to 40 GB of memory and battery life of almost 14 hours. The webcam’s privacy camera shutter prevents unauthorized hacking and access. Security is supported with the optional integrated PalmSecure palm vein sensor or fingerprint sensor.

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Miriam Jones is chief copy editor of Government Technology, Governing, Public CIO and Emergency Management magazines. She joined e.Republic in 2000 as an editor of Converge magazine.

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