The Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 convertible tablet-style notebook didn’t just slip through the FCC this week. It also made an appearance in Hong Kong, along with another convertible tablet we’d heard about earlier this year, the Toshiba Lifebook T902.
The folks at Engadget got a chance to check out both models.
The Stylistic Q702 is a tablet with an 11.6 inch display, an Intel Core i5 Ivy Bridge processor, a solid state disk, and a fingerprint scanner. There’s also a keyboard dock that lets you use the tablet like a laptop, but when you don’t need the keyboard you can lift the tablet and just use it on its own.
The LifeBook T902, on the other hand, looks more like a traditional convertible tablet. There’s a special hinge connecting the screen to the base. You can use the computer like a typical notebook, or rotate the screen 180 degrees and fold it down over the keyboard for use in tablet mode.
The T902 features a 13.3 inch display and the model Engadget spotted had an Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge CPU, a hard drive (instead of faster solid state storage), and even a Blu-ray disk drive.
You can find more details about both computers at Engadget… but the specs might be different if and when these devices go on sale in the US.