Fujitsu is working on an enterprise tablet computer bundled with the Windows 7 operating system to debut at Cebit in Germany, early next month.
The official name of the device so far is entitled “Stylistic Q550”, and it certainly will not win any marketing awards for ingenious names. The new tablet soon to be unleashed will come with a ton of security features including; a fingerprint reader, smartcard slot, and trusted-platform module (TPM).
The Stylistic Q550 will feature a 10.1 inch screen and feature a front and rear facing camera. Under the hood of the device will run Windows 7 Professional using the brand new Intel Oak Trail Atom processor. There will also be two separate models available at launch to choose from. The main thing differentiating the two is the internal memory and the inclusion of 3G. Speaking of memory this device will feature Solid State memory and both models will have either 32 GB or 64 GB of internal memory. Finally you are looking at about eight hours of battery life.
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