Fujitsu Stylistic Q550

  • Fujitsu Stylistic Q550
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Based on 28 scores, 41 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    7
  • Bad:
    13

Pros:

  • Rugged construction, Swappable battery, Digital pen makes Windows 7 more tablet-friendly, Multiple security features, like fingerprint scanner and SmartCard reader, Physical controls add to usability.
  • Responsive performance; swappable battery.

Cons:

  • A bit heavy, No built-in holder for digital pen, Speaker offers only mono sound.
  • Quite slow, no silo for stylus, display looks murky.

Expert reviews and ratings

By howtospendit.ft.com on

I was beyond surprised. Fan of the iPad though I am (at least when I remember I have one and turn it on), I am still duty-bound to admit that it's not a wholly suitable device for what you might, if you couldn't think of your own expression,...

By PC Pro on 50

A rugged Windows 7 tablet with good connectivity and a non-reflective screen – but performance is...

By PC World on 80

The Stylistic Q550 packs such business-friendly features as a fingerprint reader and a removable battery, but its Atom processor lacks...

By GadgetSpeak on 64

This is a Tablet designed for business use. This means that it will not be cheap and just for once the screen surround will not be shiny black so although the fingermarks will still be there they will not show up unless you...

By PC Mag on 80

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 (Intel Atom Z690) keeps everything we like about the tablet?like built in security, rugged construction, and relative ease of use?while offering faster processing....

By Business Computing World on 70

The market is overflowing with consumer tablets, but it’s only recently that IT manufacturers have started to target corporate users with devices more suitable to business use. Sure Apple’s iPad has made its way in the travel bags of many...

By Computeractive on 40

Even as a device for business, this tablet is poor...

By Pen Computing on

by Daniel Rasmus Dense features translate into more mass in a small space, and the 12.1 inch Fujitsu T731 is a dense machine, that starts at a little under 4lbs. This small footprint laptop includes almost every feature one could ask for...

By APC Magazine on 60

This tablet is a great stab at creating the high end business or enterprise class tablet PC. It's loaded with hardware security features, like a smartcard reader, TPM, fingerprint reader and disk encryption. All the necessities to get the tick of...

By Pocket-lint on 60

The Atom CPU and underpowered graphics mean the Q550 doesn't make the most of the Windows features that you want a tablet PC for in the first...

By theregister.co.uk on 65

There’s no denying that the Q550 comes with all the bells and whistles and the digitising kit will appeal to some but the fundamental gutlessness of the underpinnings makes it hard for me to give it an unqualified recommendation. I’m not...

By PC Mag on 80

With its security features, sturdy design, and swappable battery, the Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 puts business functionality into a Windows tablet you can actually use, and its combination of touch input and physical controls sidestep many common...

By TechRadar on 40

In attempting to avoid the crowded ranks of traditional consumer tablets, Fujitsu has aimed its new tablet, the Stylistic Q550, squarely at the business community. As such, it shuns the popular Android operating system and comes loaded with Windows 7...

By IT PRO on 33

Although Windows tablets have always been niche products, we still had high hopes for the Stylistic Q550 given its robust build and useful security features. However, unless security is of overriding importance we can't recommend the Q550 due to its...

By CNET Australia on 61

Businesses with very specific Windows 7 tablet needs may find some value in the Q550, but it's a very slow performer at a serious asking price that is otherwise easily passed...

By MobileTechReview on 50

Though the Stylistic Q550 offers quite a few desirable features like relatively long battery life (up to 7 hours in our tests with the 4 cell battery), security features and a swappable battery, it's sluggish performance makes it hard to recommend....

By itreviews.com on 60

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 looks fine, but it's a bit heavy - and we'd have liked to see some sort of housing in the chassis for its stylus. Infinity Lounge has potential, though, and we'd like to see it expanded. The storage quota...

By ZDNet UK on 69

We rather like the Fujitsu Stylistic Q550's overall design: it's not particularly eye-catching, but it is very functional — and although the tablet is on the heavy side, it ought to be robust. We appreciate the removable battery too, as...

By NotebookCheck on 81

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 tablet/MID leaves us with a mixed impression. The x86 operating system and its possibilities, the acceptable battery runtimes and the bright IPS screen are on the pro side. These plus points are afflicted by a weak...

By Good Gear Guide on 60

Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 review: A tablet device designed for enterprise customers PC World Australia (online) 14 / 07 / 11 Bottom Line: The Stylistic Q550 is an Intel 'Oak Trail' based tablet that runs Windows 7. It's designed for enterprise...