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: 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.