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Fujitsu presents its latest 2 in 1 tablet

Fujitsu presents its latest 2 in 1 tablet

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Fujitsu announced the extension its range of ultramobile 2 in 1 devices with the addition of the Fujitsu Tablet STYLISTIC V727 in its portfolio. Touted to be powerful but completely silent in operation due to its fanless design, the STYLISTIC V727 is a slimline business tablet that combines elegance with a practical touch – easily enough battery power for a full working dayWeighing from 780 grams, Fujitsu’s new STYLISTIC is perfect for carrying around all day. In tablet mode, it is ideal for content consumption, with a detachable 12.3-inch display protected by a magnesium case. The super-bright, high-luminous intensity, WUXGA+, anti-glare screen can be used in all conditions, including direct sunlight, with automatic backlight adjustment to provide maximum display clarity and precision in any lighting condition.

When it comes to content creation, the STYLISTIC V727 packs a performance punch. By attaching the magnetic, back-lit keyboard, it converts into a notebook. Wherever it’s used, connectivity is never a challenge as the STYLISTIC features both Wi-Fi and built-in 4G / UMTS connectivity.

Silent running is a hallmark of the STYLISTIC V727, because its fanless design ensures the device is entirely noiseless in operation. This also leads to a longer battery life, of up to 10 hours per battery. What’s more is that the batteries can be exchanged, making the STYLISTIC V727 ideal for traveling light – without a charger – on one- or two-day business trips, for example.

A pair of cameras means the STYLISTIC V727 is ideal for HD video conferencing, with a 5MP front camera and 8MP rear camera. The tablet can also be used as a notepad, with users taking notes directly on the screen, via a Wacom AES pen with variable pressure levels. This provides a natural and intuitive experience when drawing or writing on-screen, and includes support for the digital signature of legal documents.

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