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Operating System Windows 8.1
Dimension (in) 7.4 x .40 x 10.5
Weight (lb) 1.41
Screen (in) 10.1
Resolution (px) 1920 x 1200
Touchscreen WUXGA Capacitive

Bluetooth v4.0; Wi-Fi connectivity; Front- and rear-cameras; Micro-HDMI port; Micro USB; MicroSD; Accelerometer; Gyroscope; Optional SIM, multi-function Cradle & Keyboard       

Battery Life 17 hrs

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 is a Windows 7 tablet that features a 10.1-inch capacitive multitouch screen powered by a single-core Intel Atom processor. At first glance, the Stylistic Q550 looks like a consumer-friendly tablet, with its clean lines, rounded corners, and tapered edges. Fujitsu stresses, however, that the Stylistic Q550 is built not for consumers, but for enterprises.

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q555 happens to be extremely beneficial for corporate workers and government personnel, not to mention educators who need office-like productivity, regardless of where they are. It tips the scales at 1.47 pounds, and the thin design is accompanied by an attachable keyboard and an 11-hour battery life, which ought to make it decent enough to last a long time.

Fujitsu Stylistic Q555 packs an Intel Atom Z3795 quad core Bay Trail processor, as well as 4 GB of RAM, up to 128 GB of storage and it should also get up to 10 hours of battery life. It integrates a 10.1 inch 1920 x 1200 pixel IPS display, with support for 10 finger multitouch input and pen input.

In a similar fashion to 2-in-1s such as Surface Pro 3 and Dell's Venue 11 Pro 7140, the Q555 can offer a desktop-like experience when connected to its keyboard or cradle accessory. While it could, in theory, replace your laptop or desktop PC, the inclusion of an Intel Atom-based CPU means that the Q555 is better positioned as a secondary device to be used away from a main, more powerful machine.

Other business-friendly features include a TMP security module, an optional SmartCard reader, an optional fingerprint scanner, an anti-glare coating on the display, four holes on the back which are positioned to let you connect a VESA mount or a hand strap.