The number of laptop and tablet users across the world is huge. Manufactures offer devices in accordance with consumer preference. How do you cater to a large segment of tablet users and an equally large segment of laptop users? Well, it’s easy. Give consumers the best of both worlds. Fujitsu has done exactly that with its laptop/tablet offering. Two hybrids are being offered, the Q702 and the LifeBook T902.
This device offers a laptop/tablet experience to individuals. It has a 11.6 inch display with Gorilla Glass protection. Besides the regular features found in laptops and tablets, the Q702 boasts of features that include Computrace support, LTE, TPM, Intel Anti Theft Technology and WWAN. Individuals can select Core i3 or i5 Ivy Bridge processor in accordance with preference. This tablet has a pixel resolution of 1366x768, comes with 4 GB RAM, and has SSD storage space of 128GB. Connectivity includes 2 USB 3.0 ports, VGA and Ethernet. The Q702 is a light weight device weighing in at 1.88 as a tablet when not docked. Battery life when docked increases by an hour. Undocked battery life is 4 hours.
This device has a stylish 13 inch display with Gorilla Glass protection. Pixel resolution on LifeBook T902 is a stunning 1600x900. Individuals can opt for a Core i5 or i7 processor. This hybrid is slightly heavy and weighs in at 4.1 pounds. There is up to 16 GB Ram. LTE radios and WWAN are optional. There is provision to add components such as extra battery and HDD. Even optical drive can be added to this hybrid.
Although both the Q702 and LifeBook T902 run on Windows 7, they will also work perfectly with Windows 8. Starting price of Q702 is $1,099 while T902 at $1,899. Both Fujitsu devices are expected to be available in August this year prior to the release of Windows 8.