I have had this tablet a couple of weeks now and I am very pleased with it generally however I have a few gripes though. First it won’t accept a micro SD card above 32GB and you can’t write to the card either. Secondly it lacks USB support. I like to attach a bar code reader but it will not recognise anything in the micro USB slot apart from data transfer to your computer and that wasn’t particularly impressive. It won’t playback some HD films, something to do with the chipset I believe. I have a £70 generic tablet that I can plug a scanner, mouse, keyboard into, takes a 64GB card and will play any film you want. I hope all this can be fixed at some point with an update.
Standard fare, delicately flavored. At first glance, it looks like just another tablet. But Fujitsu's Stylistic M532 sports interesting software features for business and private customers alike. The technical specs are absolutely state-of-the-art. Does Fujitsu bring change to the tablet market?