Android-tablets are great for when you're sitting on the couch, looking a website, watching a movie or updating your social networking sites. Then don't lend themselves as well for real business applications. Fujitsu is trying to change that perception with the Stylistic M532, an Android tablet that is supposed to bridge the gap between consumer and business products. It's been developed with the BYOD trend in the back of their minds. Hardware.Info took a closer look.
When you remove the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 from its box you immediately notice how light the tablet is. This is confirmed when we put it on a scale, as it weighs in at 551 grams. That's the lightest 10-inch tablet we've seen until now. At least it won't give you a sore shoulder hauling it around all day.
That Fujitsu means business is apparent by the fact that the tablet comes with 3G as a standard feature along with 32 GB or storage capacity. So no entry-level versions without 3G and half the storage. It does mean it automatically positions itself in a higher price segment. With a price of around £490 it's in the area of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. It's not a cheap tablet, but what's more important with this product is if it adds any useful business features.