Conclusion: That said, Fujitsu has come up with a product that fills a niche. It works as a strictly-business solution where the slate is likely to be used by multiple users and security trumps all else.
Pros: Strong, unique security and business features, Abundant connectivity, Support for mobile broadband, Stylus support, Swappable battery, Well-constructed body
Cons: Subpar screen, Short battery life, Somewhat sluggish performance, A bit thick and bulky
Summary: Mobile professional. It is intended to last a whole working day, and to be the perfect tool for users in trade and commerce. What makes this business tablet so special? Is it perhaps AMD's Hondo APU, which is so far only available in this tablet?
Pros: Good color representation, Wide viewing angles (indoors), Fast mass storage device, Standard USB and HDMI, Smart card reader and fingerprint sensor, Docking station, Active stylus pen included, A useful Windows 8 performance on a handy tablet. Exchangeable battery and plenty of interfaces. If it ...
Cons: Low automatic brightness, Extremely bad visibility under sunlight, Excessive heat dissipation, System noise audible, Active cooling fan, Bad cameras, Loose hardware buttons and sliders, An ambient light sensor, which doesn't immediately start dimming the display with every ray of light. Hasn't an...
Excerpt: Fazit: Die Spitzen-Wertung für die Displayqualität verdankt das Fujitsu Stylistic Q572 weniger den Messwerten im Test, sondern seiner sehr effektiven Entspiegelung. Damit können Sie selbst im hellsten Sonnenschein noch arbeiten.