Summary: This is a very nicely made unit and has great internal parts. Why the bad review? Fujitsu is dropping their Android tablets and will NOT be offering any future updates to the Android OS. Your stuck with a tables that will never get an OS update and when you ask them about it, you get a "sorry about your luck" response. Add to that at seven months into ownership my unit has gone into a looping reboot cycle that even a hard reset didn't fix.
Summary: This tablet screams quality from the moment you first pick it up. Very thin, light and fast, with a quality rubberized backing. Quad Core with 32GB Storage. WiFi locks on very fast with excellent range and does 5GHz. Designed to MIL-STD-810G specs, meaning it can that it can withstand some impact/shock/dust/moisture abuse. Also has Gorilla Glass, USB port, micro SD card slot and decent cameras (2MP front; 8MP back).
Summary: a quality product that has lasted well. very durable, a fast operating system, good clear display. a valuable addition to the IT in either the home or work. price was excellent. highly recommended.
Summary: Bought one of these in July 2013 and dont get me wrong this is a nice tablet. However I would avoid getting one simply because the after care support with Fujitsu is diabolical. They have not updated the software since Jelly Bean 4.01, nor do they seem to want to. From their responses, they appear to be focusing on their Windows 7 alternatives and as such this product seems to have taken a back seat from their catalogue, even though they are still selling it.
Summary: I love my original 64gb, 3G iPad but it was time to upgrade. Best deal (including data pakage) offered by 'Three' would cost £929 over 2 years, buying the M532 (with additional Micro SD) & bargain data package £530 . I really dislike the lack of competition over iPad prices. A better data only deal was available via the 'Leaving Three' operator. BTW, both tablets would need additional cases, cables & add ons .
Summary: I waited 9 months for the ASUS Infinity to launch in the UK but the WiFi only version eventually launched but no 3G model. I got tired of waiting and started looking around a little harder at other tablets and discovered the newly launched Fujitsu M532 (snappy name?) The M532 has all of the features I wanted from the Infinity: microSD card, USB, HDMI, GPS, WiFi, 3G etc etc but didn't have the keyboard.