Fujitsu To Launch Windows 7 Tablet With Intel Oak Trail At CeBIT

We mentioned before here and here that tablets are increasingly being adopted at the enterprise level. Originally a luxury item for media consumption and game play on the go, tablets are rapidly heading to the work place. Fujitsu has this in mind and will be targeting enterprise users when they officially unveil their new Windows 7 tablet—the Stylistic Q550—at CeBIT.

Fujitsu's Stylistic Q550 comes with a whole slew of enterprise level security features including a fingerprint reader, smartcard slot, and trusted-platform module (TPM). The tablet will run Windows 7 Professional using the Intel Oak Trail Atom processor and has a 10-inch LED touchscreen display that works with either stylus or finger.

The device comes with front and rear cameras, a choice of 32GB or 64GB SSD, an optional 3G module, and a USB port. Battery life is estimated at eight hours. The tablet should be available in Europe by April. There are no details yet on pricing or availability for the US.

[via Electronista]