Fujitsu Tablet Stylistic R726 aims to increase productivity

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It is all about being productive no matter where one is these days, and this is one of the reasons why mobile computing is such a big thing. After all, our smartphones and tablets have seen a massive increase in their hardware performance over the years, so much so that you can more or less handle the rudimentary word processing, spreadsheet and email work while you are on the move without having to sit behind the shackles of a cubicle-based desktop. Fujitsu has long delivered notebooks to free one from being stuck at the office, and in more recent times their Stylistic range has added more portable options, but the latest Fujitsu Tablet Stylistic R726 takes the cake by being a hybrid 2-in-1 business tablet and business notebook.

The Stylistic R726 will boast of a 6th generation Intel Core i7 family of processors to make sure that you will be well equipped and have the necessary processing muscle to handle whatever it is you need to do while you are on the move. In fact, the Stylistic R726 is said to empower users to transform the way they work to meet their individual style and needs, regardless of whether the situation you are in will require you to have a keyboard or not.

Sporting a stunning 12.5” anti-glare touch screen, the Stylistic R726 is can adapt to new ways of working. For instance, you can move seamlessly from providing a desktop PC experience through a convenient desktop cradle to being undocked and used as a tablet, and this can be achieved without interrupting your work, enjoying the choice of touch or pen-based input.

There will also be enterprise-grade features in the form of encrypted drives, TPM and NFC-based contactless SmartCard authentication. Expect the Fujitsu Stylistic R726 to be introduced to worldwide markets next February onward for a yet undisclosed price that will depend on the country and configuration.

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