...I keep forgetting to comment on the Fujitsu screen protectors for the Q!
Long time readers will know that I am generally an advocate of screen protectors for tablets, so it won't come as any surprise that I have tried a couple on my Q.
When I first received the Q, the Fujitsu accessory SPs were still a couple of weeks away, so I immediately applied a piece of WriteSHIELD that was coincidentally just the "right" size (no pun intended!). WriteShield has a fairly "slick" surface finish, so the inking feel was a bit more glass-like than inking directly on the Q's screen with its matte finish.
When the Fujitsu SPs arrived, I was interested to discover that they are sized to cover only the display area (with 1/8th inch overlap on all sides) rather than the complete face of the slate (that is, screen plus surrounding bezel). They were also thinner than other SP's that I typically handle. They had a mild matte finish, much like the Q's screen finish. Other than the two SP's in a plastic bag and a short set of instructions, there was nothing else in the package.
Applying the Fujitsu SP was straightforward and except for a few struggles with stray dust particles, I managed to get the SP installed without air bubbles or embedded dust. It seemed to me that the thinner plastic stock of this SP made it just a bit easier to install. Lining the SP up so that the overlap was uniform around the edges of the screen was actually the hardest part.
Once in place, the screen appeared much the same. I took the Q outside in strong sunlight and the outside visibility of the screen seemed completely unimpaired. In shade and in indirect sunlight, the screen is readable; the screen only washes out when you have sunlight reflecting directly off the screen (duh!), which is exactly how the bare screen looked just before I first applied the WriteSHIELD.
As for inking, I was mildly surprised that the Fujitsu SP seems to provide a little more writing resistance than the bare screen. Since I am on record as preferring a more pencil-on-paper inking feel, I really like this characteristic of the Fujitsu SP. However, I also noticed that routine inking, using normal pressure, seemed to lightly mark the surface of the SP, as if the surface directly under the nib was being slightly burnished (polished). The effect isn't too obvious, but over time, with more and more strokes on its surface, this effect will probably become noticeable and you will probably want to replace the SP at that time.
Overall, the Fujitsu SP is a reasonable product that will particularly appeal to those who prefer a more pen-on-paper inking feel.