Windows 7 business tablets: Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 vs. Motion CL900


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These two new Windows 7 tablets offer ruggedized components and enterprise-level mobility

With more than 25 million iPads sold during the device's first 15 months (according to this year's WWDC keynote address), there's no doubt that Apple has been the early winner in the tablet wars. However, while the iPad (and Android tablets) may be popular among individual buyers, for companies that have standardized on Windows, they could be a problem.

"Businesses have a lot invested in Windows software," says Jeff Orr, mobile devices group director at ABI Research. "The cost of starting from scratch to build new programs for the iPad or Android tablets can be exorbitant."

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550
Fujitsu Stylistic Q550
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