After following the release of Intel's highly anticipated Bay Trail-T processors, the Android/Windows platform dual booting devices has become the anticipated next big hit.
Famous gadget maker Fujitsu has recently joined the dual booting race with their new device, Q704 tablet, but that is not in the way you are expecting. Instead of a device of Android/Windows dual booting ability, Fujitsu is offering their users a Windows 7/Windows 8.1 dual booting tab.
The device is going to soon be on the market for about $1499. At this high price, people might expect more than an Intel Bay Trail Atom CPU, and they would be right. The Q704 device will be powered by a smart 4th generation Intel Core i5/i7 Processor, and as well as optional 4G/LTE and the NFC facility. It will give the users 8GB of the RAM with the SSD up to 256GB. It's built is also impressive with the IPX 5/7/8 waterproofing, a 12.5-inch FHD LED screen and Fujitsu claims near 12 hours of runtime for the tab.
However impressive its specifications are, the main thing that stands out is still the tablet’s dual booting Windows 7/Windows 8.1 OS. If a different tablet which can give you the facility of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 is what you are after, then Fujitsu has your order ready.