Fujitsu has informally announced a new windows 7 tablet at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.With the informal announcement the company did announce some details to its Windows 7 slate, which unlike previous Tablet PC models, will be powered by an Atom-based Oak Trail processor.
Engadget reported that the tablet will weigh 1.5 pounds, feature a removable battery, and ship with front and rear-facing cameras and 2GB of RAM. Two or Four cell battery options will be available.
The Windows slate also has a custom UI on top of Windows 7 to serve as an app launcher and make the Windows operating system a bit more finger-friendly.
In terms of Android, the company says that the Android version won’t be ready until the end of the year. Fujitsu is still waiting for Google on releasing Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the version of Android that’s optimized for tablet as current and past versions of Google’s mobile and extensible operating system has been designed with a smartphone UI and UX paradigm in mind. The company is said to have a waterproof tablet concept that’s in fully functional state running Microsoft’s Windows 7.
Like virtually every other PC maker in the known universe, Fujitsu is also reportedly planning to launch an Android tablet later this year.