Fujitsu lifts the lid on Stylistic Android tablet

Fujitsu lifts the lid on Stylistic Android tabletIf there’s one thing we’re really looking forward to at Mobile World Congress, it’s a host of spanking new much-the-same Android tablets. You really never can have enough of those bad boys.

Well, good news if you can’t wait another three weeks, as Fujitsu has fired out a press release detailing the Stylistic M350/CA2.

The press release is fairly light on the spec front, but tells us the Fujitsu Stylistic M350/CA2 will weigh in at 420g with a 7in 1024x600 display, “Android OS” (thought to be Gingerbread) and 6.1 hours of battery life.

Fujitsu is keen to emphasise its "NX! Input powered by ATOK" character input technology, allowing users to switch between numeric, QWERTY and hand-written input.

The Japanese manufacturer suggests that the Stylistic M350/CA2 would be ideal “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.” Exciting.

Will the Fujitsu Stylistic M350/CA2 be in attendance at Mobile World Congress? Does anyone care?

via: Engadget

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JanSt / MOD  Feb. 6, 2012 at 12:08

Wow... NX...gotta write that down. Is that one 'f', or two?
Winmo could do that yonks ago.

Stelph  Feb. 6, 2012 at 13:37

Meh to standard Android tablets TBH, im now more psyched by tablets that have additional functionality above and beyond the standard fare that current tablets have, for example the Asus Padphone (not really a tablet, granted, but an interesting take on the idea) and the tablets that come with a docking station and boot Android when undocked, and windows 8 when docked. That is, to my mind, the perfect "tablet"

As a side note ive mentioned before ive never managed to work out a use for a tablet........well I have one now! My Advent Vega has replaced my media player under the TV (as the appleTV's interface and closed system was annoying me) so now I have the tablet with a dock that has a HDMI port to the TV, USB for a HDD and charger so I can merrily browse for whatever media I want to watch (iplayer etc, movies on mh HDD) and sit back and relax. I do note however that this set up does require the tablet to have a compatable dock with HDMI out and mirroring and USB OTG enabled which is frightening number of tablets do not, infact the budget Advent Vega is the only tablet I found that did!

Get the basics right please manuacturers, and make your tablets not just another also ran


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