JAPANESE COMPUTER GIANT Fujitsu has given a rough price range of £749 up to £849 for its business tablet, the Stylistic Q550, which is due to arrive next month.
The prices vary by £100 due to different specification options that will be available. One of the main choices is the size of the self-encrypting solid state drive that will be available in 32GB or 64GB. The tablet will have an Intel 'Oak Trail' Atom processor and up to 2GB of RAM.
Features such as WiFi and Bluetooth, front and rear webcams, USB 2.0, HDMI, SD card reader will be included across the range but 3G connectivity and GPS are both extra options, with 3G a feature that we've consistently seen push up the prices of devices.
The Windows 7 based tablet will be heavily business and security focused with a fingerprint scanner, smart card reader and an anti-theft protection system. The tablet will be 16.2mm thick and weigh from 760g depending on the battery size and model.
It will have a 10.1-inch LED backlit display with 1280x800 resolution and a quoted battery life of 8 hours, though this can be extended thanks to the fact that the battery is changeable.
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