The minute you think that there are enough Tablets on the market, there is another release of a new one claiming to be more powerful and affordable. Fujitsu just announced its entry to the market that they are calling the Stylistic Q550 and unlike the majority of the tablet available today, it is not powered by Google’s Android OS, it runs the Window 7 OS optimized for a touchscreen. The new Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 is ideal for governments and business users as it meets the security requirements for both fields, such as the incorporation of several protection against unauthorized access via SmartCard reader, Full Disk Encryption (FDE), fingerprint sensor and feature advanced Theft Protection. Down to its main specifications, it measures 275 x 192 x 16.2 and weighs in at 680g. It comes with a 10.1-inch IPS LED anti-glare touchscreen display with a 1280×800 pixel resolution and a auto-rotation sensor, options of a 32GB or 62GB SSD Storage, 2GB of RAM and powered by Intel’s Oak Trail Atom processor.
There are dual-cameras: a 1.3 megapixel rear camera which I think is low when compared to other competing tablets and a front-facing VGA camera for video chats. There is WiFi connectivity, Bluetooth and support for mobile broadband 3G/UMTS networks which is optional. One feature that I really like about this new tablet is its support for pressure sensitive pen which will automatically recognize when the user is using such device, it also allows the user to rest their hand on the screen plus it also has handwriting recognition software that instantly convert inputs into text. No pricing information was found for the Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Windows 7 Slate but we know it is expected to be released in April.