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 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: