Fujitsu introduces Stylistic Q552 Windows tablet

Fujitsu is updating its Stylistic tablet lineup with the addition of a new model with a 10 inch display and a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N2600 Cedar Trail processor. The Fujitsu Stylistic Q552 will replace last year’s Stylistic Q550 model, which had a slower 1.5 GHz Atom Z670 Oak Trail chip.

Fujitsu Stylistic Q552

While the Atom N2600 processor isn’t exactly a speed demon, this chip was designed for netbooks and offers better overall performance than an Oak Trail CPU. It also features Intel GMA 3600 graphics with support for HD video playback.

The Stylistic features a 1280 x 800 pixel IPS display with a 160 degree viewing angle. The computer has a capacitive touchscreen, so you can use it with your fingertips, but there’s also an active digitizer and digital pen that you can use to write or draw on the screen using pressure-sensitive input. The digital pen also supports Windows 7 mouse-style actions including hovering.

The tablet is available with a 32GB or 64GB solid state disk, 2GB of RAM, 802.11n WiFi, and Bluetooth 4.0. It has one USB 2.9 port, an HDMI connector, and an SD card slot. There’s a front-facing VGA camera and a 3MP camera with auto-focus on the back.

Fujitsu is targeting corporate customers, and the tablet includes a fingerprint sensor, SmartCard reader, and other security features.

There’s also an option for an integrated mobile broadband modem with GPS.

Fujitsu offers a 2 cell, 19Whr battery or a 4 cell 38Whr battery. The tablet measures 10.8″ x 7.6″ x 0.6″ and weighs 1.7 pounds with the smaller battery.

via Netbook News.de and TabletPC.it

  • NoOne

    Does anyone else find it mildly offensive that tablet device after tablet device keep coming out with IPS screens, and 99% of the screens that ship on laptops are crap TN panels?

  • Renee Auclair

    They didn’t mention the most important part, ikura deska (how much in Japanese).

    Seriously, Fujitsu is not known for cheap laptops, I wouldn’t be surprised if this thing cost $800. Therein lies Microsoft’s (and Intel’s) dilemma. At this price, x86 Windows tablets won’t hold back the tsunami of ARM Android/iOS gear.

    A report somewhere says ultrabooks have only sold 500,000 so far. But then Microsoft/Intel could care less, as they suck up all the profits from the x86 Windows tablet market.

    This reminds me of how Canon and Toyota took over the no. 1 sales spot in their respective US markets, from the littlest models up. Yes, I know you can do a lot more with an x86 Windows device than Android/iOS. For now.