CES 2011: fujitsu's oak trail windows 7 tablet
CES 2011: fujitsu's oak trail windows 7 tablet CES 2011: fujitsu's oak trail windows 7 tablet
jan 07, 2011

CES 2011: fujitsu's oak trail windows 7 tablet

fujitsu’s new windows oak trail tablet image courtesy of engadget

at CES 2011, fujitsu has announced their production of a new 10.1-inch slate tablet.

the windows 7 slate tablet is powered by the oak trail atom z670 processor, which intel designed specifically to optimize battery use and performance efficiency in tablets. fujitsu has developed a custom graphical user interface that runs over the windows system, to increase the ease with which the touchscreen can be used.

an android version of the windows 7 tablet is planned for future release image courtesy of engadget

in terms of hardware, the tablet contains both front and rear cameras, 2GB of RAM, and a removable battery bay that can store two- and four-cell batteries.

fujitsu plans to release an android version of the device in late 2011, upon google’s release of a tablet-optimized honeycomb operating system.

the tablet on display at CES 2011 image courtesy of liliputing

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