Fujitsu’s cutting edge, no compromise hybrid tablet to be distributed by Entatech UK Ltd

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February 20, 2013 | 16:07

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Entatech UK Ltd has announced the addition of the brand new Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q702 hybrid tablet to its range on

Designed as the perfect choice for mobile professionals, the Q702 provides users with high performance ultra-low voltage processing and on-screen responsiveness, whilst offering all-round versatility. Thanks to its lightweight magnesium chassis and widescreen 11.6” display, the Q702 is the ultimate mobile form factor; a tablet for enhanced touch interaction when travelling and a hybrid notebook replacement for data entry and heavy multitasking. Boasting a wide range of cutting edge and legacy wireless and wired provisions – including 3G, Ethernet and even VGA – users will remain connected whenever and wherever work takes them.

Fujitsu’s STYLISTIC Q702 will join the expanding portfolio of Fujitsu products currently available to Entatech customers, including laptops, desktops, servers and storage. The new tablet compliments the diverse range of Fujitsu products available from Entatech, who are confident it will appeal to its customer base.

On the new product, Paul Olliver, Entatech Retail Channel Manager, commented: “The tablet market is one of the newest and most competitive in our industry at the moment, and this is a fantastic product for Entatech to utilise in order to break into this market. Our relationship with Fujitsu continues to go from strength to strength and I am confident that the Q702 hybrid is just one of many new and exciting products that we can offer to our customers, providing a fantastic margin opportunity.”

Confident in the commercial appeal of the latest STYLISTIC, David Shaw, Tablet Product Manager at Fujitsu’s Technology Product Group, said: “With public and private sector organisations now fully embracing mobility programmes, the need for enhanced productivity on the move is more essential than ever. The combined solution offered by the dual purpose STYLISTIC Q702 hybrid, with full Windows 7 and 8 support, is the answer CIOs, IT departments and increasingly demanding end users will acknowledge. We are confident the Q702 will greatly appeal to Entatech’s customer base, offering an effective and innovative solution to complex mobility challenges.”

Offering ultra-responsive touchscreen interaction capable of ten point multi-touch and digital stylus input, users can send files, create documents and jot electronic notes, all with effortless swipes of the screen or pressure-sensitive handwriting recognition.

When used in conjunction with its attachable ergonomic keyboard, the Q702 is converted into a traditional notebook for easy content creation and consumption – the ideal tool for days spent in the office or at home when heavy-duty typing is required. Featuring extended battery runtime in both the tablet and hybrid modes, professional users can experience true mobility throughout the working day.

What sets the STYLISTIC Q702 apart from other tablets on the market today is the addition of data security measures, ensuring the safety of confidential documents and data. Support for Fujitsu’s Advanced Theft Protection Mobile Device Management (MDM) offerings, an integrated fingerprint sensor and Trusted Mobile Platform (TPM) plus optional Becrypt DISK Protect encryption support, ensures peace-of-mind in all working situations.

To purchase the STYLISTIC Q702 today, contact 0333 101 9536 or visit

About Entatech

Entatech is a leading IT distributor with over 20 years’ experience in the IT industry. With over 9500 products from 75 manufacturers Entatech supply innovative products at competitive prices, accompanied by a friendly approach and an award winning sales team. Visit for full information about each of Entatech’s seven product divisions, a meet the team facility, express shopping, special offers, bundles and comprehensive account management facilities.
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