Tokyo based equipment and Services Corporation, Fujitsu announces its upcoming Windows 8 tablet today. But Fujitsu didn’t give further details about the tablet.
From the reports of The Verge, it is expected that it will be the Fujitsu’s first Clover Trail-based tablet. Intel has mentioned earlier that Windows 8 devices will be using its new 32 nanometer chips can be thin as 8.5 millimeters and weigh as little as 1.5 pounds. So, it may be right as little 10-inch, 16:9 tablets sits.
Clover Trail is the code name of Intel’s Atom Z2760 with a clock speed of 1.8 GHz having dual core processor can run up to 4 parallel instruction threads at a time and supports Intel Burst technology 2GB of memory including a graphics core of 533 MHz PowerVR.
Fujitsu’s Clover Trail-based tablet uses Intel’s X86 architecture, unlike ARM based Windows RT tablets. This tablet will get 10 hours of battery life and deliver full Windows 8 compatibility. The tablet also feature microUSB ports and microSD support and a 10-pin connector on the bottom for charging. Even without further specifications yet, we can expect some salient features for this tablet.
Currently, Fujitsu didn’t mention anything on its specs and pricing, but it will be launched officially on October 19.