Fujitsu prepares new tablet for Enterprise use
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The Japanese company Fujitsu will be launching a new tablet PC geared towards business users, as reported by PCWorld. Called the Stylistic Q550, the 10-inch LED touchscreen tablet will supposedly carry security features such as a fingerprint reader, smartcard slot and the Trusted Platform Module (TPM). The TPM is a special hardware chip for added security and authentication by working with the system BIOS. This will supposedly allow for better password protection and encryption of more sensitive data.
The Fujitsu tablet will reportedly run on Intel’s Oak Trail Atom processor, have up to 64GB of solid state space, front and rear cameras, a USB port and optional 3G connectivity. The company also claims an astonishing battery life of up to 8 hours.
The Stylistic Q550 is expected to be officially revealed next week in Germany at the CeBIT expo. Hopefully a firm worldwide release date will follow the announcement shortly.