Fujitsu Brings Out Windows 8-Based Tablet Line Up
In these days where tablets are so much at hike, Fujitsu is at the best stand to keep itself on the market track as it ventures into the tablet industry again. It goes into the specificity of having Windows 8 to operate the system of its touchscreen line up.
Also, said product line up is said to have the Stylistic Q572 as an inclusion. Moreover, the Stylistic Q702 and the Lifebook T902 which were announced earlier this year is having the 10.1-inch Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro slate as an addition. The 10.1-inch slate comes with an AMD dual core Z-60 APU processor and a 4 GB memory. It also comes along with a Radeon HD 6250 graphics.
The Stylistic Q572 could be opted with solid-state drives – from 64 GB to 256 GB – and digital pen input with a dual-mode finger/stylus touchscreen running at 1366 x 768. Its connectivity embraces optional 4G LTE, standard Wi-Fi, optional Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI and both a USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 port.
A docking connector, memory card slot, two digital microphones, audio in, audio out, and a pair of webcams which has HD resolution up front, and 5 MP on the back is also part of the package. The Q572 is measuring 273.5 x 176 x 13.9 mm and weighs 820 g.
In the interim, the Fujitsu tablets in existence will get, each, an upgrade to Windows 8 with the Intel powered Stylistic Q702 running the new operating system on an 11.6-inch docking hybrid form-factor, complete with a detachable keyboard. Fujitsu claimed that it will run for over 4 hours, but when docked it will last for up to 9.5 hours.
Furthermore, the Lifebook T902 is a convertible 13.3-inch model with a choice of Core i5/i7 processors, a swiveling 1600 x 900p touchscreen, integrated optical drive, and optional 4G LTE. It is weight and bulk is at 1.89 kg. It is an immense notebook to carry around in arms all day yet it is more powerful than the other models.