Convertibles are all the rage these days, and Fujitsu is out looking for a piece of that market pie. Take a look at the Stylistic R726 convertible, aimed at business users.
The R726 is a 12.5" convertible housed in a magnesium-aluminum chassis with an integrated kickstand. The touch screen is a 1920x1080 PLS unit with maximum brightness of 400 cd/m². Buyers get a choice of two Skylake CPUs: a dual-core, four-thread Core i3-6100U clocked at 2.3Ghz, or its similar Core i5-6200U cousin, which has clock speeds ranging from 2.3 GHz to 2.8 GHz. The CPU is paired with 4 GB of RAM. Storage duties are handled by an OPAL-capable M.2 SATA SSD with capacity up to 512GB. A microSD slot is present, too, accepting cards up to 128GB.
The R726 talks to the outside world with a 802.11ac Wi-Fi adapter and a Gigabit Ethernet port. Those with special connectivity requirements can take advantage of the optional cellular data and NFC modules. A USB 3.0 port and a Mini DisplayPort round out the base specs. Extra options for the R726 include a stylus and a docking station which provides extra USB, Ethernet, and HDMI ports.
Fujitsu says the convertible's battery should last an impressive 12 hours. The tablet measures 12.6" x 7.9" x 0.4" (or 319 x 201 x 9.5 mm) and weighs 1.74 lbs (789 g). Availability is set for February 2016.
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