Fujitsu has recently announced three new hybrid (2-in-1) tablets. The three tablets are the Fujitsu Lifebook T725, Stylistic Q775 and Lifebook T935. These tablet PCs are strictly designed for professional use, all three carry large screen displays, run on Windows OS and use Intel Core Broadwell processors.
The Fujitsu Lifebook T725 comes with a 12.5-inch, 1366 x768 pixels IPS anti-glare touchscreen display with Pen Support. As mentioned above this tablet sports an Intel Core processor with up to 12GB of RAM and 14 hours of battery life. It also runs the same Windows OS options as the Lifebook T935 and Stylistic Q775. The Lifebook T725 shares a distinctive port replicator and modular bay options with the Lifebook E7 series, which makes shared desk environments possible.
Other features of the Lifebook T725 includes two internal microphones, built-in 2.0 Webcam, HDMI & VGA video output, two built-in stereo speakers, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi and support for 4G/LTE and 3G/UTMS. It’s rather lightweight at 1.66Kg. Superior security features like TPM, fingerprint sensor or SmartCard reader ensure premium data safety.
All three hybrid tablets will debut in Japan first, then take off to Europe and the US this year. There is no word on pricing yet but don’t expect these tablets to be easily affordable.
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