Just recently Fujitsu rather suddenly made its Q584 tablet available for order in the US. Now, just as unexpectedly, the hardware maker has followed suit with the big brother -- known as the Q704. You'll need to dig deep into our wallet for this one, but you should receive a superior product in exchange for the money. What is the company offering for the price?
The Stylistic Q704 packs an Intel Core i5 processor, 12.5-inch HD display, 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. You'll also find both front and rear cameras, as well as a generous helping of ports, including USB 3.0. Customers have a choice of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, and a trial of Office is also included in the deal.
What does this rather large and hefty (at 2.6 pounds) tablet set the buyer back? Well prices open at $1,499 and rise from there. It's not cheap, and the size makes it a bit unwieldy as a tablet, but you can also count on good build quality and a device that's designed to stand up to rigorous use. The question is, would you pay the price for it?