Fujitsu offers first tablet to use DuoSense stylus technology

The N-trig stylus features active pen and multi-touch capabilities on the same sensor. The enterprise tablet is designed for Windows 8.

Touch computing specialist N-trig is celebrating the first adoption of its new precision stylus technology in a tablet computer. Fujitsu has announced its Stylistic Q702 touch tablet will ship with N-trig’s G4 DuoSense technology. The stylus, when running Windows 8 on the Fujitsu tablet, will provide precise drawing capabilities not possible on existing tablets.

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 touch tablet will be the first to use new G4 DuoSense stylus technology. (Source: N-trig)

The Fujitsu tablet is a combo model, with a detachable keyboard docking station for transformation into a traditional notebook computer. The G4 DuoSense stylus allows for both multi-touch and active pen capabilities on the same device.

The Fujitsu 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 for a more responsive user interface. The newly upgraded active pen includes an innovative tip design that provides the high accuracy required for handwriting recognition together with palm rejection technology that enables a natural pen-on-paper handwriting experience.

N-trig stylus technology can cancel out the hand touching the screen when the stylus is used for handwriting. (Source: N-trig)