Fujitsu is set to unveil a new tablet computer
Fujitsu is set to unveil a new tablet computer, which is specially designed keeping in mind the requirements of enterprise users.
The Stylistic Q550, which will be officially introduced during the Cebit trade show in Germany, comes with a host of security features.
The tablet PC is powered by Intel's "Oak Trail" atom processor, while it runs on Windows 7 Professional operating system.
Together with a 10-inch LED touchscreen, the Q550 sports a fingerprint reader, smartcard slot and trusted-platform module (TPM).
It flaunts front and rear cameras, an optional 3G module and a USB port, alongside a 32GB or 64GB solid-state disk (SSD).
The computer, which boasts a battery life of about eight hours, is likely to be launched in Europe in April this year.
Copyright Press Association 2011