At the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2012, the Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 hybrid tablet and Lifebook T902 convertible PC went official. Both devices run on the Windows 7 platform and pack in some of the latest generation processors from Intel.
Aimed towards business users, the Stylistic Q702 hybrid tablet comes with options of Core i3 or i5 CPUs. Weighing just about 850 grams, the device flaunts an 11.6-inch HD AH-IPS anti-glare display featuring a 10-point touchscreen for pen or touch input. For enhanced productivity, it can be paired with the optional keyboard docking station for a notebook-like experience, while 4G LTE, UMTS and Wi-Fi modules take care of wireless connectivity.
“Fujitsu pays close attention to what the market requires and continues to grow its mobile portfolio with form factors designed for how people work,” expressed Lim Teck Sin, Vice President, Product Marketing and Engineering, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific. “With the new Stylistic Q702 business hybrid tablet, Fujitsu is delivering the best of both worlds: the portability and ease-of-use of a tablet, which is perfect for consuming content, and an optional attachable keyboard, converting the device into a notebook with a full keyboard where it’s easier to create content.”
The 13.3-inch Fujitsu Lifebook T902 convertible PC employs a choice of Core i5 and i7 processors with Intel Turbo Boost in tow. The display features a dual digitizer with multi-touch support for more accurate input. The company has even thrown in a spill-resistant keyboard with backlit keys and 4G LTE connectivity. Other features include a dedicated Smart Card slot, fingerprint sensor, HDD and BIOS password protection as well as Intel Anti-Theft and vPro technologies.
The Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 and Lifebook T902 release dates are pinned down to the Q3 of 2012 in Asia Pacific. Price details for the hybrid tablet and convertible PC are expected to surface as the availability date closes in.