N-trig release teases that Fujitsu's Stylistic Q702 will come with active pen support

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N-trig release teases that Fujitsu's Stylistic Q702 will come with active pen support

Stylus maven N-trig has revealed that Fujitsu's Stylistic Q702 laptop/tablet hybrid will be the first to shop with the company's new G4 DuoSense pen and multi-touch digitizer. As such, it'll be able to use a new active pen stylus that the company, perhaps unsurprisingly, promises will provide a "pen-on-paper handwriting experience." Of course, we won't be able to judge that for ourselves until the units arrive on our doorstep some time after Windows 8 does next month, but rest assured, we'll be checking.

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Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q702 Incorporates N-trig Active Pen and Multi-Touch

Business Hybrid Tablet the First to Ship with DuoSense® Fourth Generation Product Line

KFAR SABA, Israel--(BUSINESS WIRE)--N-trig, providers of the DuoSense pen and multi-touch user interface, today announced that Fujitsu's new STYLISTIC Q702 business hybrid tablet incorporates the new DuoSense fourth generation (G4) product line. Designed for enterprise use, with the ultimate goal of being used with the Windows® 8 operating system, the versatile device can be used as a tablet, but also features a unique attachable keyboard docking station for transformation into a traditional notebook-style computer. The STYLISTIC Q702 is the first device on the market to use the G4 DuoSense solution featuring active pen and multi-touch capabilities on the same touch sensor.

"We created this innovative form factor in response to both market demand and our observations of how mobile devices are used in the workplace," said Paul Moore, Vice President, Product Marketing and Development at Fujitsu America. "By combining the accuracy, precision and natural feel of the DuoSense active pen with the benefits of a full keyboard, the STYLISTIC Q702 enables a level of content creation unmatched by any other device on the market."

The STYLISTIC Q702 features an 11.6-inch HD display with a precise active pen and 10-finger multi-touch user interface. The enhanced DuoSense solution provides increased processing power and delivers a faster, more responsive user interface. The newly upgraded active pen includes an innovative tip design that provides the high accuracy required for flawless handwriting recognition together with unparalleled palm rejection technology that enables a natural pen-on-paper handwriting experience.

"Our new active pen combines the comfort and familiarity of writing on paper with the convenience and portability of mobile computing," said Gary Baum, AVP Product Marketing. "For this reason, it is a perfect match for the STYLISTIC Q702, which offers an unprecedented mix of mobility and productivity for the enterprise."

The new device is ideal for such industries as sales, healthcare/life science, government, education, finance and manufacturing. N-trig's active pen enables smooth and simple content creation in a mobile environment, empowering enterprise users to conduct on-screen editing, precise drawing and designing, document-signing and long-distance collaboration.

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