Fujitsu 10-inch Windows 7 Tablet: Prototype Model Demonstrated

Fujitsu is looking to get in on the burgeoning tablet market with its own model. Instead of Android mobile os, it'll be supplied with Windows 7 desktop operating system. Pricing and a release date haven't been confirmed yet other than early in 2011 and there're also no specs yet.Although Fujitsu's announcement didn't come with any […]

Fujitsu is looking to get in on the burgeoning tablet market with its own model. Instead of Android mobile os, it'll be supplied with Windows 7 desktop operating system. Pricing and a release date haven't been confirmed yet other than early in 2011 and there're also no specs yet.

Fujitsu 10.1 Windows 7 Tablet PC

Although Fujitsu's announcement didn't come with any specifications, however because, it'll run Win7 it's likely that the 10.1in device will have a capacitive touch-screen with multi-touch support, an Intel Atom processor of at least 1.5GHz, and between 1GB and 2GB of RAM.

The company claims it's looking to target the 'prosumer' market with a stylish device that's designed to "combine the best of smartphones and PCs."

Although the design of the device isn't yet finalised, a late-model prototype (see pic) has been unveiled by the company - and a video demonstrating its features is available belwo:

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