Fujitsu's 10" Stylistic Q550 Tablet Will Use Oak Trail & Windows 7
We still have our doubts about using a desktop OS on a tablet, but Fujitsu's marketing this as a "business slate," so having Win7 Professional onboard makes more sense over rivals like Android or Linux. Some details are still missing, but the major ones are here: a 10" LED touch panel, 32GB of 64GB of internal storage, a single USB port, optional 3D module and plenty of security features. Those include a smartcard slot, fingerprint reader, and trusted-platform module (TPM), and there will be front & rear cameras for video chats.
The tablet is expected to ship this April in Europe, but no price has been established. Considering just how pricey even Android tablets have become, we aren't expecting a bargain.