The Japanese company Fujitsu introduced the compact computer Esprimo Q956. One of the interesting features of the new product is the presence of PalmSecure biometric identification technology. With its help, the owner can protect valuable information from unauthorized access. PalmSecure identifies the user by drawing veins in the palm of his hand, and not by fingerprints or the iris of the eye. The computer will be offered in several versions. The maximum configuration includes an Intel Core i7-6700T 4-core chip with a clock frequency of 2.8 GHz (in acceleration mode the figure reaches 3.6 GHz) and an Intel HD Graphics 530 graphics adapter. The RAM can be 16 GB, and the storage system can consist of a hard a drive with a capacity of up to 1 TB or a solid-state drive with a capacity of up to 512 GB. Esprimo Q956 is equipped with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless modules, two USB 2.0 ports and six USB 3.0, Ethernet, DisplayPort and DVI-D. A desktop computer is running Windows 10. The cost and date of commencement of sales are not yet known.