MWC 2015 has also seen Fujitsu unveil its Windows 8.1 Pro ruggedised tablet – the Fujitsu Stylistic V535. The company tries to make the tablet stylish yet being rugged enough to take on different industries and withstand the harshest possible conditions it could possibly go through.
The Stylistic V535 features an 8.3-inch WUXGA display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels, protected with Corning Gorilla Glass technology. The tablet is powered by a 64-bit quad-core Intel Atom Z3795 processor and 4GB RAM to boot. It has several internal storage configurations with 128GB being the maximum storage option. For connectivity, the device has optional 4G mobile broadband, GPS as well as NFC support. Users will be happy to know that it will have a removable battery and the company promises 8 hours of continuous usage. The device has the IP65 rating, which makes the tablet dust and water-resistant. The company is also claiming that it is able to survive a 1.8 meter drop and operate under a wider range of temperatures between -10 degrees to 50 degrees.
What makes the device unique is that it can be hot swapped with different Fujitsu Shells as the company’s calling it, to suit different industrial needs like logistics, healthcare, and aviation. Several examples of shells would be like the Smart Card Smart Shell that provides extra security with hardware-based authentication, a Retail Shell turns the tablet into a point-of-sale (POS) machine and a special cradle for the tablet transforms it into a makeshift desktop as it accommodates an external display and a mouse.
The device will be available starting in Q2 2015, and the product along with its accessories will vary in different countries and markets. Those who wish to learn more about the device can visit its official webpage here.