The tablet was a little cumbersome to use. The touch pad and stylus were very responsive though the stylus did take some getting used to.
The screen was particularly good. It is bright and visible from most angles, however heat is an issue, particularly around the Windows button on the front, and on the back where the battery housing is located. Noise is a little excessive in my opinion.
Build quality is adequate, though mobility is cumbersome due to its size. I would have expected it to be smaller considering it has a 10.1in screen.
I would have liked to have tested the unit out on the road more, however as the unit was not equipped with data through a carrier, I could not try this out. Aside from mobile data, this device has adequate connectivity and fits in with the majority of my work usage.
Security on the tablet was tested but not extensively due to having security through our own servers. However, it would meet the security requirements of our mobile team as a BYOD product.
Battery life fell short of both my work requirements and the figures stated by Fujitsu. The tablet would have to be placed in sleep mode when not in use to preserve battery life.
Internet connectivity was primarily used at home and performed within acceptable levels. Video was clear and crisp. PowerPoint and Word documents were not used so as not to corrupt loaded software packages within the system.
The Q702 offers acceptable specification configurations but I would have expected this to be higher due to the volume of tablets on the market.