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Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Tablet Specs Revealed

by Shane McGlaun
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The tablet market is scorching hot today with many of the new offerings showing up with Android on board. There is a place for tablets that run Windows too, especially in the business and medical communities. Fujitsu has a new tablet that is aimed just at these folks called the Stylistic Q550.

This thing runs the Windows 7 operation system, which means it can run most of the software your typical desktop or notebook can run. The 10.1″ WXGA screen of the tablet has 400nits brightness, making it ideal for brightly lit office environments. The tablet is very light and portable at a bit over 1.5 pounds.

The Q550 runs an Intel Atom processor, has 2GB of memory, and sports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. It has front and rear facing cameras along with HDMI, a USB 2.0 port, and audio output. The machine has Gobi 3000 mobile broadband with GPS as an option and is VESA mount compatible. The Q550 will ship this spring with prices starting at under $800 (USD).

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