Fujitsu ICS tablet: Cheaper, thinner, lighter than iPadMay 30th, 2012
The Stylistic M532 isn’t designed to be a follow-up to the Q550, which will eventually have its own Windows 8-based successor. Instead, the M532 uses the Ice Cream Software version of the Android platform, which is about as current as any tablet could be and a sure-fire win in appealing to consumers. The same goes for the M532’s processor, the quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3, which should have enough oomph to keep customers happy.
The Q550 and the M532 are separate product lines, with different aims. Looking at the two, the Q550 line is more of a traditional enterprise device, while the M532 is seen as “Fujitsu’s response to the BYOD trend”, with all the support for personal use that implies.
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