Fujitsu Q550 Windows 7 Business Tablet

Fujitsu is said to launch their windows 7 powered business tablet called Fujitsu Q550. This tablet uses the latest Intel Atom chip processor with a code name of “Oak Trail” and it was designed especially for business man and for the government employees.

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 has a 10.1 inch anti-glare and full multi-touch input display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. This gadget is also said to be one of the only tablet that supports finger and pen input, a feature that is necessary for many business and government customers.

This tablet has 2 GB of RAM, 30 GB to 62 GB of HDD, GPS, mono speaker, Bluetooth, 0.3 MP front camera, 1.3 MP rear camera, Wi-Fi and it’s equipped with data security technology called Advanced Anti-Theft Protection. Additional features included are fingerprint reader and a smart card reader. The Fujitsu Q550 battery life can last up to 8 hours.

In the Japanese released, the price starts from 90,000 JPY – or about $1,100 US Dollars.

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  1. Daniel White

    Looks like a pretty good tablet, but I certainly wouldn’t find myself using it. I’d rather carry my laptop around, as I feel like if I carry a tablet around I’d scratch up the screen too much.

  2. Cheolsu

    The competition for iPad never seems to end. 2011 will be the year of the iPad 2 :)

  3. Dee @ My Gadget Review

    beating down iPad 2 won’t be easy for other tablet makers. Ruining down Apple’s name into pieces is really hard as Apple’s fans are usually fanatic.

  4. Dave

    Sounds like a decent tablet pc but how do you think it will stack up against the i pad 2 ?

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