Fujitsu has recently revealed its two enterprise tablets named as Stylistic Q555 and Stylistic Q335. Both of these tablets are based on Windows mobile operating system and are designed to target business class, corporate workers and students who need office-like productivity. Let’s have a brief look over the two tablets.
Fujitsu Stylistic Q555 is a 10.1-inch tablet, which is called a 2-in-1 enterprise device because it not only works as tablet but you can also transform into the notebook using an optional keyboard and a cradle that delivers a desktop-like experience in the office. The enterprise-grade security offers your company data protection against fraud access. Whereas, the network integration offers connection anywhere, using 4G/LTE, WLAN and NFC. Now come to other hardware specs, the Stylistic Q555 is built with WUXGA display, which is usually found in high-end LCD TVs and monitors. Moreover, this display also supports pen input, enabling paperless workflows. The tablet is built with a long run battery that is capable of delivering output up to 11 hours, so it would be the wonderful on the go office tablet.
Stylistic Q335 is also designed like the Q555 except the difference in size and few other specs. The Q335 is a 8-inch windows 8.1 tablet and is ideally-suited for a variety of task-heavy environments.
Both the Fujitsu Stylistic tablets will be available by the mid of January 2015 and the price will vary depending upon the model and configuration.
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