Photos: Fujitsu's Q550 Windows 7 tablet goes back to the future with stylus

Photos: Fujitsu's Q550 Windows 7 tablet goes back to the future with stylus

Summary: The enterprise kit for those who remember when a slate wasn't a slate without pen input...

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  • Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 tablet

    The enterprise kit for those who remember when a slate wasn't a slate without pen input...

    Tablets may be making their way into the business by the consumerisation back door, but only a few slate devices are aimed specifically at the business world.

    Fujitsu is among those targeting enterprises, having recently launched its Stylistic Q550 device which, according to the hardware maker, is being evaluated by 1,500 corporates.

    The slate sports a 10-inch screen and weighs in at 800g.

    Photo: Jo Best/silicon.com

  • Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 tablet

    The Q550 differs from most consumer tablets on the market in two distinct ways.

    First, its operating system: unlike the mainly Android consumer crowd, the enterprise-aimed Q550 runs Windows 7.

    And, thanks to its OS and the tiny icons that go with it, the device is meant to be used mainly with a stylus rather than with fingers - much like the tablets of yesteryear.

    Photo: Jo Best/silicon.com

Topic: Hardware

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