A new Fujitsu’s Stylistic is coming and it’s a bit of departure from the rest of the predominantly Windows tablets in the lineup as the M532 will use Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). The tablet is Fujitsu’s first foray into the Android tablet ecosystem, which is quite crowded at the moment. Previous Stylistic tablets typically use Windows 7 and Intel Atom chips, making them closer to netbooks. Inside, we find Nvidia’s powerful solution, the Tegra 3 quad-core chip, which is supported by 1GB of RAM. It comes with all the usual trappings as well, such as microSD card, GPS, Bluetooth 3.0 and WiFi. The 10.1” IPS (1280×800) display looks solid, although still offers less pixel density than Asus Transformer Pad Infinity and the new iPad. Despite the significantly different software and hardware combination, the Stylistic M532 still carries over the professional appeal of the brand, allowing it to be placed in high-end business category.
The tablet received MIL-STD-810G certification to withstand some amount of water exposure, shock and impact, which means any military forces can bring M532 to a combat situation in its present form.