Fujitsu launches the first tablet with a processor from Intel’s Alder Lake-U CPU series in the open market. The Stylistic Q7312 uses the 15-Watt models up to the 10-core Core i7-1265U (2 performance + 8 efficiency cores), combined with up to 32 GB LPDDR4X-4266 RAM, a PCI Express SSD, and a modem for 4G mobile.
With a display diagonal of 13.3 inches, the Stylistic Q7312 is a comparatively large tablet. The IPS panel displays 1920 × 1080 pixels, is quite bright with up to 400 cd/m², and is also anti-reflective. An included (detachable) docking keyboard including a touchpad turns the Stylistic Q7312 into a notebook. The tablet itself weighs around 800 g, and the keyboard an additional 465 g.
Thunderbolt 4 included
All ports are on the Stylistic Q7312 itself. There is a USB Type-C port that supports Thunderbolt 4 including a charging function of up to 15 watts. However, Fujitsu plans to charge the battery via a DC power port. There is also one USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbps, formerly called USB 3.0) and one USB 2.0.
A high-resolution external monitor can be connected via Thunderbolt 4. The HDMI 1.4 port can only handle 2560 × 1440 pixels at 60 hertz or 3840 × 2160 pixels at 30 hertz. Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 with Intel’s AX211 module, a microSDXC slot for memory cards, and Windows 11 Pro round off the equipment. Fujitsu states a runtime of up to 10.5 hours with the built-in 38-watt-hour battery.
However, the Stylistic Q7312 has a high price. Two configurations are currently listed in Germany: With Core i7-1265U, 32 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD and 4G module, the tablet PC costs around 2315 Euros. With the lower clocked Core i5-1235U, 16 GB RAM and otherwise the same equipment, just under 2025 euro is due.
The scope of delivery includes a pen that can be used to write on the tablet. The retailer Klarsicht IT states a delivery starting in January 2023.