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While Fujitu is targeting BYOD users with the enterprise-centric Q702, the company still expects to sell the majority of units through the traditional IT buying cycle rather than to consumers directly.
"Businesses are now properly reviewing their estate, and thinking more proactively about where the tablet form factor can deliver the productivity gains," Shaw told ZDNet.
"Some of the hype and buzz around tablets is just starting to subside a little bit and business are starting to realise that tablets can [provide] real productivity gains for the right users."
Given its enterprise roots, it's little surprise the Q702 offers some handy features omitted on other tablets, such as a USB 3.0 port, HDMI-out and microSD expansion.
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