Fujitsu, the Japanese Electronic company has officially introduced their new 7 inch Android tablet in Japan Market, called as Fujitsu Stylistic M350/CA2. According the press release, the Stylistic M350/CA2 tablet designed for business and enterprise users, but the device packs with standart specs like common 7 inch tablet in the market and running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread as the operating system.
Under the hood, buyer will find a 1GHz Freescale i.MX processor paired with 512MB of DDR3 RAM and has 8GB of internal storage with support microSD card slot for expandable memory space up to 32GB. New Fujitsu Stylistic M350 will be measures in 120 x 200 x 14 mm with weighs approximately at 420g plus approximately 6.1 hours, so you can slip it into your small bag and bring it wherever you meet business patners without worry about recharge.
Packed with a 7 inch touchscreen display that can produce resolutions display at 1024 x 600 pixel, new Fujitsu Stylistic tablet also offer HDMI port to connect with bigger HDTV to show your business presentations or just watching video streaming, check your email or web browsing. Other specifications are micro USB port, Bluetooth 2.1 and WiFi 802.11b/g/n that give wireless internet connections.
The selling points of the tablet are Fujitsu’s unique “NX! Input powered by ATOK” character input technology that designed specifically for Japan market. It offer user to select between different character input modes—a numeric keypad, QWERTY, and hand-writing for comfortable, fast and accurate when you typing, even with Kanji characters. The company also claims if Stylistic M350/CA2 Android tablet will be support for a mobile sales terminal, an e-book reader and as a handset for displaying digital catalogs at a retail store.
Unfortunately, there is no informations about upgraded OS to Android 4.0 or world wide release date, but if you live in Japan you can purchase Fujitsu Stylistic M350/CA2 Android tablet with starting price at ¥34,800 (about $454 or 345 EUR). So what you think about this tablet? If you need to use Kanji characters for write email or presentations, I think you must consider to buy it.