To start with the tablet part of the Stylistic Q702, with a weight of about 850 grams it is clearly heavier than we have grown accustomed to with iOS and Android tablets based on ARM technology. However, the screen does measure 11.6 inches, rather than the 10.1 or 9.7 inches that is common for the those tablets. For the diagonal, the resolution is a relatively standard 1366x768 pixels when comparing it to laptops and netbooks, but the pixel count seems a little low when comparing to the most recent and advanced ARM tablets from Apple and its competitors.
However, the screen does use IPS technology and is very bright. Fujitsu claims 400 nits, which should enable use outside in broad daylight. A downside is that the viewing angle appears to be more limited than we are used to with this technology, probably because the screen is fairly deeply recessed beneath the touch-sensitive slab of Gorilla Glass.
The tablet itself has a fair amount of connectivity options. At the bottom resides the dock connector; to the left Fujitsu has integrated the power connector, USB 3.0 port and a SDXC cardreader. That is also where you find the outlet for the built-in fan, which is needed to keep the Intel processor cool - one feature you will not find on a lot of ARM tablets.
To the right the HDMI, USB 2.0 and a couple of audio ports are located. Also, that is where you'll find a number of buttons, four in total. These include a slide button to power the tablet on and off, two volume buttons and one to switch wireless network functionality on and off. Fujitsu aims the Stylistic Q702 at least in part at business users, and one aspect that acknowledges that targeting is the finger print reader located on the back of the device.
The tablet has two cameras, one at the back and one at the front in the bezel above the screen. The front facing camera has 'HD resolution', the rear facing one offers 5 megapixels. At the bottom of the screen you will find a special Windows button to load the new interface, which until recently was known as Metro. The screen complies with Microsoft's Windows 8 requirement of being touch sensitive with 10 simultaneous detection points and can also be used in conjunction with a pen. A stylus is included, as part of the dock.