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Fujitsu is once again dipping its toes into the tablet market.
This time, it's offering up a Windows 8-based device that can be used as a pure tablet or as a replacement for other hardware.
The Q702 comes with a keyboard, allowing it to be used instead of a netbook or laptop, or without the extra kit, as a normal slate.
"This is a hybrid form factor, with a split personality," Dave Shaw, Fujitsu tablet product manager, told ZDNet. "It is absolutely capable as a tablet but it can be used with a keyboard for heavy-duty data entry where necessary."
It also comes with a stylus for precision operations, which includes a right-click button on the side.
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