Conclusion: The Fujitsu Stylistic M532 MSRP is about $550, which is roughly the initial going rate for a 10” tablet with 32GB of internal memory and SIM card slot for data. It, however, adds a military standard toughness to the mix, so you can be comfortable with more abuse and neglect than your average Android slate.
Pros: Slimmest and lightest rugged tablet chassis, A rich suite of licensed enterprise-friendly apps
Summary: Standard fare, delicately flavored. Appearing to be just another tablet at first glance, the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 is an interesting mix of software features for both business users and consumers alike. The technical specifications are absolutely state-of-the-art. Has Fujitsu brought new innovation to the tablet market?
Pros: Flawless workmanship, Low weight, Agreeably slim, Extensive software configuration, Great screen, High mobility thanks to UMTS, Very good wifi module, Long battery life, The low weight, the long battery life, and the integrated 3G module contribute to the tablet's outstanding mobility.
Cons: Only average resolution, Average cameras, Moderate speakers, Not very rigid, HDMI only via adapter, Hard-to-feel power button, A dedicated HDMI port without the necessity of an adapter. And - as in every tablet - better cameras.
Excerpt: Long-time Windows tablet maker Fujitsu joins the Android market fray with the Fujitsu Stylistic M532 . It’s a sleek rendition of the popular 10-inch tablet form factor, and as such features a 10.1-inch 1280x800 capacitive touchscreen display. Within a few seconds of picking one up, you’ll immediately notice a few quirks to its personality and either reasons to keep it or leave for something else.
Summary: Fujitsu's business tablet lacks many exclusively business features
Pros: Full HD Gorilla Glass display, Free Norton Tablet Security, 3G compatability, microSD connectivity, The design and build quality of this tablet is so much better than the unwieldy Stylistic Q550 . Fujitsu has crafted a sleek and accomplished device with bags of power, thanks to the Tegra 3 processor and an impressive Full HD Gorilla Glass display. We're big fans of Android, and the fact that Fujitsu has left well enough alone really works here – there's barely any clu...
Cons: No HDMI connectivity, Tinny speakers, Average battery life, YouTube lag, We understand that certain compromises have to be made to keep the chassis as slim as it is, and that makes it easy to forgive the Fujitsu for its slight lack of ports, but we would have appreciated some sort of HDMI connectivity alongside the micro USB, rather than having to rely on an adaptor. Slightly better audio would also be on our wish list for any follow-up tablet from Fujitsu – although ...