Streaming video posed more of a problem. The tablet could stream Netflix to a TV over HDMI, but only if I left it alone once it got going. Any attempts to change the player's volume or to skip to a different part of the stream killed the playback. The tablet also fumbled when it tried to play back a 720p video embedded in a PowerPoint presentation.
If you plan to do any listening to speech or music on this machine, you'll needs to attach headphones or external speakers. The single speaker on the bottom of the unit puts out too little volume to make dialog comfortably audible, even in a quiet room. The headphone jack generates plenty of signal though, making music piped through my external desktop speakers sound great.
As a business machine, the reasonably thin-and-light Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 ticks all the right boxes--security, swappable battery, matte screen, and active digitizer. The only caveat is the pokey Atom processor. If you run only a few things at a time, and nothing too media heavy, this tablet should be able to handle general office tasks without slowing you down. The machine's usability, battery life, and Windows 7 convenience make it one of the strongest slate-style business tablets on the market today.