Fujitsu is keeping busy these days, as they’ve just debuted 6 new PC and tablet models. We’re focusing more on the tablets, particularly the 10.1 inch ARROWS Tab Q507/PSP slate, that features Fujitsu Biometric Authentication Slide Passport.

This is actually the first tablet in the world to feature Fujitsu’s slide-type palm vein authentication functionality. This is a compact and light tablet, it seems and it offers beefed up security. With a mere slide of the hand on the palm vein sensor installed in the tablet’s frame and authentication is done easily. The technology was developed by Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Laboratories.

The folks of Dai Nippon Printing Co created an 8 mm optical unit for this type of authentication. The device is both water resilient and dust resilient, so it can be used in rough situations. Fujitsu also debuted new Lifebook noteboks and Esprimo desktops, that feature the latest 7th gen Intel Core processors. Then there’s the Fujitsu Workstation Celsius series, including a mobile one, H970 with a 17.3 inch Full HD LCD display.

Another novelty is the Fujitsu FUTRO MU937 mobile notebook device, which is the world’s lightest at 799 grams. It’s a 13.3 inch unit with a thickness of 15 mm and resilient to drops. The new Arrows tablet is priced at $767 and the mobile notebook is double that amount.