Fujitsu launches secure enterprise tablets
Fujitsu introduced two “enterprise-ready” Windows tablets this week, targeting government users with extra security features.
The Stylistic Q555 is a 2-in-1, semi-rugged tablet with enterprise-grade security and network integration. Weighing 1.47 pounds, it features a thin design and 11-hour battery life. The 10.1-inch WUXGA display supports pen input for paperless workflows, and an optional docking cradle and keyboard provides a desktop-like experience when in the office.
It includes wireless 4G/LTE wireless with GPS, Bluetooth and near-field communication capability as well as dual camera support and integrated microphone for easy collaboration. Security features include an embedded TPM secure cryptoprocessor and optional embedded smart card reader, fingerprint sensor or even contactless smart card.
Running Windows 8.1, the Stylistic Q555 uses a 64-bit Intel Atom BayTrail-T CPU, a quad-core chip, 4GB of RAM and a 64GB or 128GB hard drive.
The smaller Fujitsu Stylistic Q335 8" mini tablet is built for task-based work, also on Windows 8.1 and the quad-core Atom Z3735F, which runs up to 1.83 GHz. Like the Q555, it includes an embedded TPM processor, which provides more enterprise-quality security than the typical Windows tablet. Battery life is up to 9.5 hours.
The 8” WXGA (1280 x 800) LCD display supports for pen and finger input and features a 1.26 megapixel front camera and a 5 MP back camera.
Usability and productivity are greatly enhanced when combined with optional accessories, Fujitsu said, and a variety of conversion cables (USB, VGA and LAN) enable connectivity, accessibility and enterprise-ready functionality for field workers.
The Q335 will be available in January.
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