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ASUS PadFone Infinity
Asus introduced a new quad-core smartphone, which comes with a docking station that turns it into a tablet.
The 5-inch PadFone Infinity is powered by Android 4.2, along with a 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor. It also includes 64GB of storage and it can connect via 100Mbps LTE and 42Mbps DC-HSPA+.
The phone can be docked with a station to turn it into 10.1-inch tablet. The Infinity can also output 1080p video via its micro-USB compatible MyDP interface.
Fujitsu Stylistic M702
At MWC in Barcelona, Fujitsu took the rugged route with its new Android tablet for business, the Stylistic M702 tablet. Fujitsu said that the tablet can survive under water for 30 minutes and is sealed to prevent dust from reaching its interior. It also has scratch-resistant glass.
The tablet is powered by a Tegra 3-chipset from Nvidia and can connect to 4G/LTE networks. Fujitsu claims that its battery life is up to 15 hours. It also sports an integrated fingerprint sensor, full-disk encryption, and remote device tracking and recovery help.
Dell Lattitude 10
Dell's entry into MWC is a security-minded version of its Lattitude 10 Windows 8 tablet. The new security features include a fingerprint reader and an integrated smart card reader — it's the only dual-authentication Windows 8 tablet currently on the market.
It's powered by an Intel Atom Z2760 processor, 2GB of RAM, 64GB solid-state storage, and a 10.1-inch Gorilla Glass screen. But at $799, the extra safety features add $200 to the regular Lattitude 10 price tag.