While the Fujitsu Lifebook has built the Japanese company quite a solid reputation in the PC market, it doesn’t have much of a presence when it comes to tablets which are slowly eating away PC sales. So it comes as no surprise that Fujitsu was working on this Android Gingerbread tablet that they have awkwardly names the Stylistic M350/CA2. Expected to hit stores in Japan first sometime mid-February, check out the press release below for all the juicy details.
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The STYLISTIC M350/CA2 features a compact form factor(1), equipped with a 7-inch display and a body weighing approximately 420g for easy mobility. The tablet achieves both superior portability and usability, with features such as rapid booting and the ability to select between different character input modes-a numeric keypad, QWERTY, and hand-writing-to gives users the choice that best meets their individual needs. Moreover, the new tablet can be employed in a wide range of scenarios, including as a mobile sales terminal, as a handset for displaying digital catalogs at a retail store, and as an e-book reader in a classroom setting. In addition to offering excellent cost-performance, the STYLISTIC M350/CA2 supports customers in transforming work styles within their companies.
1. Compact body for superior mobility
With its high-resolution 7-inch WSVGA (1024 x 600 pixel) display, the compact and lightweight body of approximately 420g makes it easy to hold and operate with just one hand. This and its lengthy running time of approximately 6.1 hours make it ideal for applications that require mobility.
2. Enhanced usability through Android OS and Fujitsu’s unique character input tools
“NX! input powered by ATOK” QWERTY input
The tablet runs on Android OS, which enables rapid booting and smooth, intuitive usability through multi-touch operations. Furthermore, it offers Fujitsu’s unique “NX! Input powered by ATOK” character input technology, which boasts especially high speed and high accuracy in recognizing kanji characters. This means users can select between numeric keypad input, QWERTY input, and hand-written input to choose the character input mode that best meets their individual needs.