Fujitsu Launches a Windows 7 Tablet for €699

Currently on show at CeBIT in Hanover, the the Q550 is aimed at the enterprise market. Right now, it’s unclear as to whether or not Fujitsu will even allow regular customers to purchase (the HP Slate is enterprise-only but anyone can buy it), but those who are can expect to pay €699 and up for the device. 

Specswise you’re looking at a 10.1-inch WXGA IPS display (both finger and stylus input supported), Intel’s Atom processor, 2GB of RAM, up to 64GB of SSD storage and the option for a Gobi HSPA radio capable of 14.4Mbps download and 5.76Mbps upload. Of course, this is a Windows tablet, so you’ll also have the choice for either Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional.

The Stylistic Q550 is going on sale globally March 1, but pricing for other markets, along with full specs, won’t be announced until then.

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  • damianrobertjones
    Hmmm. As soon as someone reviews the machine (Other than Engadget as they really do have a stick up their rear with regards to Windows) and offers impartial information, I might consider this as my (upgraded with SSD, clean install) Dell Inspiron Duo has now gone to my boss. He liked it so much after seeing me use the thing...

    P.s. Please let me post using Opera :(
  • back_by_demand
    damianrobertjones(upgraded with SSD, clean install)

    Err, says up there it has 64Gb of SSD storage.
    Reading fail?
  • damianrobertjones
    Please, read my paragraph again..

    "I might consider this as 'MY' (upgraded with SSD, clean install) Dell Inspiron Duo"

    I was referencing a machine that I upgraded, NOT the Q550. Come on, I know it's early in the UK so maybe make the rest of the day a Happy Day.