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Fujitsu Releasing Windows Tablet with a Fingerprint Reader

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Fujitsu Is Bringing New Tablet to Legal Market (Law.com)

Because of its computer-level power, the Stylistic Q702’s battery life is a fraction of the iPad’s; however, an optional attachable keyboard dock bumps the battery up to about nine hours. Meanwhile, it comes with a number of security-related features, including HDD and BIOS password protection, an embedded TPM (Trusted Platform Module), and a biometric fingerprint scanner.

Tablets are working their way into business process in several large sectors of the economy. Typical username/password authentication is even less convenient on tablets than computers with keyboards.

UPDATE:
Fujitsu, DoCoMo and NEC: let’s go and get some chips (Mobile Entertainment)
Japanese giants form JV to make processors and reduce dependency on third parties. Fujitsu says its new LTE hardware will offer near field communication (NFC) and biometrics.

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