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Fujitsu Stylistic S01

The Fujitsu Stylistic S01 is designed for seniors with a new look for Android that anyone can use.

By February 26, 2013

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Fujitsu Stylistic S01 is a smartphone that respects its elders

The Fujitsu Stylistic S01 is designed for seniors, but isn't as patronizing as it sounds.

By February 26, 2013


Fujitsu Stylistic S01 for seniors (pictures)

Up close with Fujitu's Stylistic S01 model on the show floor at Mobile World Congress.

11 Images By February 26, 2013


Orange Stylistic S01 is a Fujitsu phone for seniors

Fujitsu and European network Orange unveil the Stylistic S01, an Android smartphone designed for older users.

By February 18, 2013


Fujitsu Stylistic ST5000

Whether you need a tablet for home or work, consider this light, fast, and versatile slate.

By May 5, 2004

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 5, 2004

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Square corners

As a design element, we noticed the corners on some of the year's hot new devices and software going square, a stylistic shift away from, well, just about every phone ever.

By December 11, 2012



Record video with stylistic effects on any iPhone.

By May 18, 2010

Editors' Take

DLO Jam Jacket iPod nano and Shuffle

The DLO Jam Jacket does a great job of protecting your Shuffle and maintaining its stylistic elements with its several color options.

By January 6, 2006


Fujitsu unveils tablet computer

Fujitsu PC, a subsidiary of Japanese conglomerate Fujitsu, has released an upgraded version of its Stylistic LT P-600 tablet computer. Weighing 2.65 pounds, the new system comes with a 600MHz low-voltage Pentium III, 15GB hard drive and up to 256MB of memory. It also is available with two types of screens: a regular color LCD or a Transflective SVGA color LCD, which is easier to view outdoors. Prices start at $3,599. Tablet computers, which essentially look like laptop screens, are primarily sold into specific vertical markets, such as the delivery or warehouse business, where regular computers are inconvenient. Workers with tablet computers input data with a stylus rather than a keyboard. Some companies have tried to bring these devices to the consumer market but have met with little success.

By September 10, 2001


Fujitsu unveils tablet PC

Fujitsu PC has introduced the Stylistic 3500, a tablet-shaped PC the Japanese computer maker hopes will appeal to a broader audience than the factory workers and delivery companies that have typically used the devices. The unit, which is essentially a laptop computer sans keyboard, comes with a 500MHz Intel Celeron processor, 15GB hard drive and 256MB of memory. The Stylistic 3500, which starts at $3,899, also features a 10.4-inch active-matrix display that uses a reflective technology to make it easier to view in sunlight. The 3.2-pound unit measures 1.1 inches thick, 11 inches long and 8.5 inches wide. A 56kbps modem and Ethernet port are included.

By April 17, 2001