For the original German review, see here.
The Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 is based on a convertible concept, namely the combination of a tablet and a keyboard dock, with the help of which the tablet quickly turns into a notebook. The tablet is simply locked into the dock and then serves as a display. Input is then possible via both the touchscreen and the keyboard. This is especially practical for office use, where the mobility of the tablet is appreciated, but a keyboard and a mouse are often easier to work with.
In terms of hardware, the Fujitsu Stylistic Q702 offers various Intel Core i3 and Core i5 processors, as well as systems with Intel's vPro technology that is suited mostly for the needs of corporations. The graphics chip is Intel HD Graphics 4000, which has enough power for office work and watching movies. The data storage is taken care of by an SSD or built-in flash memory, both of which are faster than conventional hard drives, use less energy, and hardly make any mechanical noises. For mobile communications, a WWAN module with a GPS sensor can be installed, as was on our test unit.
So far, it sounds like an all-round package for the business sector, which can also be configured and adapted to the diverse needs of the specific users. However, this comes at a price: firms or interested private users must pay between 1300 and 1800 Euros (~$1724 to $2387) for the Stylistic Q702. But then most IT departments would question whether a 700 Euro (~$928) Fujitsu LifeBook would not be enough for the usual office tasks.
If you like the concept, the business class currently offers a number of alternatives. Dell has the Latitude XT3 and the XPS 12, although the keyboard cannot be removed in either device, but only rotated so that the display is used as a tablet. Lenovo's ThinkPad Twist also utilizes flexible hinges instead of a detachable tablet. Sony offers a similar concept for the Vaio Duo 11. Samsung's slightly older Series 7 XE700T1A-H01DE is a bit different - it is the only completely detachable professional tablet with a keyboard dock.