Key Features: n-trig digitizer; Capacitive touchscreen; 1.5GHz dual-core Oak Trail Atom CPU; 2GB RAM; Windows 7 OS

Manufacturer: Fujitsu

Operating System Windows 7
Processor Intel Atom z670
Memory (RAM) 2
Mobile Broadband/3G No

evan fotis

July 28, 2011, 4:20 pm

TR may need to correct the display dimensions in the spec tab from 15.6 in to there is no 15.6 tablet to day.
Other than that, I'm surprised there is no mention of the Q550 direct rival, no else than the Asus EEE Slate EP121 reviewd by TR here:
The latter offers 2 more inches, a wacom digitizer, far more powerful hardware with an i5 and 4Gb RAM comes with keyboard and case. Although larger it has the same height with the Q550.
On the downside it has a glossy screen and no fingerprint reader and no removable battery. On a whole it is a far better package considering price/performance and what you get.
If nothing else, for artists these 2" are important..


July 28, 2011, 6:10 pm

We found the Q550 a little more comfortable to draw on, thanks to the slightly different screen surface. That i5/Atom gap makes a big difference though. Neither feels quite like the killer combination of features and usability yet, but both have their place.

Thanks for the tip about the screen size in the specs - we've been adding too many sets of laptop specs recently, clearly!

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