Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 is one of the flagship Android tablet from the Japanese company. It is currently priced at $849.99 and aimed for business/professional users. This device is currently run on Windows 32 bit and manage to performed better that other similar products that we’ve ever test before. Deep inside it’s chassis, lies an Intel Atom Z690 processors. Not to mention that it also packed with it’s own stylus pen and long lasting battery life. The processors might not as fast as Samsung Series 7 tablet, but it is manage to deliver decent system performance.
As we mentioned earlier, Stylistic Q550 is a tablet that designed for business users and it is implied on it’s design. This tablet is currently coated with a solid chassis that made from magnesium material. You’ll also sense such strong build when you touch it’s screen since it is made from a scratch-resistant glass. According to Fujitsu, this tablet has what it takes to handle all kind of extreme pressure, including shock, vibration, altitude, temperature, and humidity.
Talk about dimension, this tablet is currently measured at 0.63 inch tall, 10.83 inch wide and 7.65 inch diagonally. It is also weighs at 2 pounds only. It’s predecessors is currently weighs at 1.87 pounds. There’s an addition of 2 pounds weight, which is happen due to different hardware specs.
Fujitsu Stylistic Q500 tablet sports 10.1 inch touch screen that manage to provide users with 400 nits brightness and 1280 x 800 pixels resolution display. You can also stream your favorite 720p HD video collection without any problem on this tablet. Unfortunately, it’s built-in speakers is only manage to provide us with mono sound quality. It might not sound terrible at the moment, but lack of stereo quality is quite disappointing on this modern day era. As we mentioned earlier, this tablet comes out with it’s own stylus pen. You can utilize it for free hand drawing or writing. Not to mention that it also manage to provide you with accurate system navigation.
On the rear side, you shouldn’t find any problem to find the tablet’s battery unit, which is completely removable. This is mean that you can use the battery unit that you prefer.
Power button, dedicated Ctrl+Alt+Del button, and screen orientation button can be found on the tablet edges. Other technical details include fingerprint scanner, SmartCard reader, and Trusted Platform Module. There’s also a single USB 2.0 port and full size HDMI output port that can be utilized to stream your tablet’s content to a larger screen.
When it comes to connectivity, this tablet will support for 802.11 WiFi and Bluetooth 3.0. There’s a 62GB internal data storage, but you can also expand it further using the available SD card slot. There’s a dedicated slot that can read up to 32GB memory card. What we like about this tablet is because it is relatively free from bloatware. In fact, Fujitsu implement some useful software like Microsoft Office starter 2010. In order to provide you with a peace state of mind, Fujitsu provide a one year warranty for this tablet, but you can expand it up to two or three years. It will cost you $95 and $175, respectively.
Just like we mentioned earlier, this tablet is powered by an Intel Atom Z690 processors that clocked at 1.7GHz. Our CineBench R11.5 benchmark test result reveals that this table is capable to score 0.19. which is higher than it’s predecessor, that able to score only 0.18. But still, it’s nowhere near to ViewSonic ViewPad Pro. The competitor tablet is able to score 0.22. Talk about battery life, this tablet manage to survive for up to 7 hours and 8 minutes on average use. It is slightly better than the ViewSonic ViewPad Pro, which only able to survive for 4 hours and 47 minutes only.
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