Fujitsu have just been launched a new tablet called Stylistic Q702, designed for the professional market. It comes with an optional physical keyboard. It also announced the launch of new notebook called LifeBook T902, 13.3 inch. Both devices will have Microsoft Windows 8 operating system.
The two devices presented by Fujitsu are adapted to the new OS from Microsoft and are for different uses, a tablet and the other, a laptop computer. The first has all the common features of a tablet, but with the difference that provides the option to adapt it a keyboard, just as with the famous Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime (with Android). The second is similar to the Samsung Series 5 Hybrid and was seen recently at Computex Taipei.
The fact that new Fujitsu tablet, Stylistic Q702 has a keyboard that can be added and not offer the factory gives the possibility to increase its life, and which may be used for 9 hours without recharging the battery. It also has several ports: USB, VGA and Ethernet.
It comes with a screen of 11.6 inches and incorporates IPS (In Plane Switching), allowing to stand out in the world of tablets and laptops, it offers a top quality outdoors. It is designed for professionals who must move back and forth and has anti-theft technology, TPM to encrypt hard drives and biometric fingerprint sensor.
For its part, the LifeBook T902 Tablet PC is a new, superior to its predecessor, with a redesigned keyboard, lighter appearance and thin and includes a dual digitizer with multi touch, to improve the speed of typing. It is designed specifically for Windows 8 as well as the new Fujitsu tablet Stylistic Q702, but the latter will be released with version 7 professional, then you can upgrade.