Japan based Fujitsu has a new tablet PC on the cards for enterprise users with special feature of security not in-built in other tablet devices, sources reported.
The new device is christened as the Stylistic Q550 and will be unveiled in Germany at the Cebit trade show. The tablet boasts of a finger print reader, smart card slot and trusted platform module, sources informed.
The 10 inch LED touchscreen reportedly will run on Windows 7 professional and “Oak Trail” shall be the processor for the tablet PC.
The operating system for the computer will be Windows 7 along with features like front and rear cameras, a 32 GB or 64 GB solid state disk and an optional 3G module and USB port, sources stated.
According to sources, the battery life for the tablet will be more than other contemporaries as it shall be able to sustain for around 8 hours as it combines a low power processor and a LED backlit screen.
The security aspect will surely be a point of attraction for enterprises but how far shall organizations adopt tablet computing is still to be seen.
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