Fujitsu has offered up a first look at its recently revealed Stylistic Q550 business tablet with a video up on YouTube.
In the video, many of the previously unveiled details of the Q550 are shown off, including its security features like its fingerprint and smartcard readers. Promoting its multitouch capabilities, active pen input, and “maximum connectivity,” the video does not reveal much beyond what we already know about the tablet, but it at least gives us a glimpse at what the device will look like.
Much of the hardware can be seen in the video, like the aforementioned security features and its rear- and front-facing cameras. Meanwhile, the profile shots of Fujitsu’s tablet show off many of its ports as well as the fact that the device does not appear to be especially thin.
The 10.1-inch Q550 will be powered by an Intel “Oak Trail” processor and will run Windows 7 Professional with a UI to make the interface touch-friendly. In addition, it will have options of a 32 GB or 64 GB solid state disk drive, optional 3G connectivity, and a USB port.
The Q550 is to be released in Europe in April, but information about pricing and availability in the US has yet to be disclosed.