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FUJITSU QUADERNO A5 (2ND GEN) INFO & SPECS

This is an objective information page for the Fujitsu Quaderno A5 (2nd generation) e-ink tablet, with details of hardware and software specs, features, and capabilities. 

A subjective review can be found here.

DATASHEET

PRODUCTFUJITSU QUADERNO A5
Specs & ratings infoFUJITSU QUADERNO A5
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Price (approx)$550
Limited availability
ManufacturerFujitsu
Release year2021
SCREENFUJITSU QUADERNO A5
Screen typeCarta 1250
Screen size10.3"
Screen resolution (B/W)1404x1872
Screen density (B/W)227dpi
Colour
Screen resolution (Colour)n/a
Screen density (Colour)n/a
Frontlight
Wacom compatible
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HARDWAREFUJITSU QUADERNO A5
CPU1.8 GHz quad-core
RAM4Gb
Storage32Gb
Battery0mAh
Super Refresh
Keyboard folio
Speakers
Microphone
G-Sensor
Ceramic Tip
Bluetooth
Fingerprint scanner
SD card slot
Rear camera
Front camera
Waterproof
USB-C
Width173.2mm
Height242.5mm
Thickness5.9mm
Weight261g
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SOFTWAREFUJITSU QUADERNO A5
Operating systemAndroid
Google Play Store
Kindle support
Handwriting search
Handwriting conversion
Insert shapes
Insert images
Split screen
Custom templates
No. templates20+
Brush typesBallpoint, Fountain Pen, Fineliner, Marker, Higlighter
Screen share
ADE support
File formatsPDF
File formats (image)-
File formats (Audio)-
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PRODUCTFUJITSU QUADERNO A5

I have not yet purchased a review unit of the Fujitsu Quaderno A5 (although it is high on my list) so more information about this tablet will be added as it becomes available.

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Dan Dutton is passionate about E-ink writing tablets, which bring together the pleasure of writing on paper with the power of digital technology. When he bought his first tablet, he realised that there wasn't a lot of unbiased information available for people that were considering buying an E-ink tablet, and so he built eWritable.