We finished writing the relevant information pertaining to the 11.6-Inch Stylistic Q702 hybrid tablet, so now we can take our time with the other slate Fujitsu introduced at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference.
Featuring 10-finger multitouch support, the frameless 13.3-inch HD+ (1,600 x 900 pixels) anti-glare widescreen display (reinforced with Gorilla Glass) is joined by an anti-microbial, spill-resistant keyboard and trackpad.
The CPU is either Intel Core i5 or Core i7 Ivy bridge (third-generation), and up to 16 GB of DDR3-1600 MHz back it up.
What's more, the laptop/tablet hybrid possesses enough space for a second HDD, ODD (super multi DVD or BD writer) or extra battery.
The real business/professional appeal lies in security though: dedicated Smart Card slot, biometric fingerprint sensor, HDD and BIOS password protection, Computrace support, Intel Anti-Theft and even a security panel. Intel's vPro technology can be included as well.
All the hardware, along with various connectivity capabilities and sensors (accelerometer, gyrometer, magnetometer, ambient light detector, etc.) run on the energy provided by a 6-cell battery (over 11 hours of lifespan when combined with a modular bay battery).
"Fujitsu continues to grow its mobile portfolio with form factors designed for how people work," said Paul Moore, vice president, PC product marketing and product management, Fujitsu America.
"We pay close attention to what the market requires such as delivering a system that isn't sealed, which is reflected in the design of the STYLISTIC Q702 hybrid tablet. These are the types of distinctions, both subtle and obvious, that continue to set Fujitsu apart."
Like the Stylistic Q702, the Lifebook T902 will start shipping this quarter (July-September). The price is $1,899 / €1,547.
“Fujitsu is a valued partner and it’s great to see their continued innovation on Windows tablets,” said Nick Parker, CVP of the OEM Division, Microsoft. “Windows is a great choice for commercial customers looking for devices that enable the flexibility and mobility their businesses need to succeed.”