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Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 hybrid tablet arrives with LifeBook T902 convertible laptop

by Gareth Mankoo

We love dual releases. The corporate-aimed Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 entered the arena with an 11.6-inch body, an optional keyboard, pen input, Ivy Bridge Core i3/i5 processors, 4GB RAM, 128GB storage, Gorilla Glass, VGA, USB 2.0/3.0 ports, Anti-theft controls, built-in WWAN and LTE. To sweeten this deal, the company also put the LifeBook T902 convertible laptop in a tag team partnership. This contraption supports a 13-inch Gorilla Glass screen, Intel Core i5/i7 options, 16GB RAM, room for an additional drive, battery or optical drive, and corporate security provisions and tools. Both devices will ship with Windows 7 and can be upgraded To Windows 8. The LifeBook T902 convertible laptop will cost $1899 and above while the Stylistic Q702 hybrid tablet comes for $1099.


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  1. Woah. This looks like a giant Surface! But it looks heavy to me. I think that’s the disadvantage of this thing.

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