During its Fujitsu Forum 2015 event, The Japanese leader has made the world see its new STYLISTIC R726 tablet, equipped with a 12.5-inch anti-glare touch screen, 6th generation Intel Core i7 family processors and 4G / LTE connectivity, as well as high security features, including encrypted hard drives, TPM chipset and smart card reader Contactless authentication with NFC technology.
On the other hand, it is worth mentioning that this promising terminal – range 2 in 1– March with Microsoft Windows 10 operating system and incorporates an optimized battery capable of guaranteeing Autonomous throughout the day without charging, even with the screen in constant use, up to a maximum of 12 hours.
Spokesmen of the native of Minato, have stressed that the Fujitsu STYLISTIC R726 adapts to new ways of working and provides an experience as a desktop PC through a comfortable stand and also as a tablet without interrupting work, and can be tactile or with the use of a pencil. It also allows you to easily connect a magnetic keyboard.
Your option without a keyboard is perfect for developing work in non-ideal conditions, such as the seat of an airplane where there is usually little space to open the laptop case.
In addition, the informants have emphasized that this equipment – designed in Japan and manufactured in Germany – has a magnesium and aluminum housing which makes it wear resistant.
And delving into plus, Fujitsu's have emphasized that the OS with which STYLISTIC R726 has ensures organizations enjoy easy device deployment and management through the existing tools based on Windows 10. Which means speed and an automated treatment of the work tasks of the administrators and the creation of a solid base for scanning processes, they have pointed out.
Ms from the Japanese: Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T936
The Fujitsu Forum 2015 has also served as a stage for the chair chaired by Tatsuya Tanaka, for the presentation of the new version of his popular LIFEBOOK T936, ultrabook 2 in 1, 33.8 cm, now with the sixth generation of Intel Core i7 processors to ensure the best performance, security and use.
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