Fujitsu launches hybrid tablet-cum-notebook

Bangalore, December 6, 2012: Fujitsu is the latest to  go the hybrid way – targeting those who  want the best of both worlds – the keyboard-less touchability of the tablet and the PC-like functionality of the notebook.

The STYLISTIC Q702 hybrid is basically a tablet,  with an attachable full-size notebook keyboard with additional battery power, so that one  can go into  extended notebook mode

It comes with optional embedded support for 3G/UMTS or 4G/LTE mobile data and is protected by a lightweight but durable magnesium shell. Without the keyboard, the hybrid tablet weighs just 850g.

For professional users, the Q702  has security features  including a biometric fingerprint sensor, Computrace support, HDD and BIOS password protection, embedded Trusted Platform Module (TPM), Intel Anti-Theft Technology, and a 3rd Generation Intel Core  i3 or i5 processor with optional Intel vPr  technology.

Features in detail

·   Keyboard docking station featuring a 4-cell battery and expansion ports including LAN (RJ-45) and external display support (VGA)

·   LED backlit IPS anti-glare 11.6-inch HD dual digitizer multi-touch display optimized for both pen and touch input

·   USB 2.0 and 3.0, HDMI, SD/SDHC expansion ports on the tablet

·   Optional 3G/UMTS or 4G/LTE mobile broadband support (support may vary by region)

·   Accelerometer, gyrometer, magnetometer, and ambient light sensors all contributing to a fluid computing experience

·   Front-facing and rear-facing webcams with complementing dual microphones for video conferencing

·   Up to 256GB (non-FDE) and 128GB (Full Disk Encryption)

·   Intel HD Graphics 4000

·   Onboard 4GB DDR3

The STYLISTIC Q702 is available  for Rs. 69000 plus taxes.