Fujitsu Monday unveiled two devices optimized for Windows 8: the business-friendly Stylistic Q702 slate tablet--which has an optional keyboard dock--and the 13.3-inch Lifebook T902 convertible laptop.
Stylistic Q702: A Dockable Windows Tablet for Professionals
The Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 joins the growing rank of slate tablets with optional keyboard docks (like the popular Android-based Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime and Samsung Series 5 Hybrid running Windows 8, which we saw recently at the Computex technology show in Taipei).
Besides turning the Stylistic Q702 into a laptop with full keyboard, the dock increases the tablets battery life to an estimated 9 hours (from the 4.5-hour s provided by the built-in battery) and offers additional expansion ports, including USB, ethernet, and VGA.
The 11.6-inch Stylistic Q702 features the latest IPS (In-Plane Switching) display technology--AH-IPS, or Advanced High Performance IPS--for wide viewing angles and color accuracy. In the sea of tablets and laptops with glossy screens, the Stylistic Q702 also stands out for its anti-glare display, which should make working on the tablet outdoors a more pleasant experience.
In fact, the tablet is designed for mobile professionals. Business-friendly features include Intel anti-theft technology, a fingerprint biometric sensor, and TPM (Trusted Platform Module) for hard-drive encryption.