Fujitsu recently introduced a 10 inch Windows tablet computer with a pull-out keyboard. But DigiTimes suggests the Fujitsu LifeBook TH40/D (and the Fujitsu Stylistc Q550 slate) are aimed at the enterprise market while a second slate set to launch later this year will be targeted at consumers.

According to DigiTimes the new model will be a 7 inch tablet running Google Android 3.1. It will be priced at somewhere between $350 and $700, which seems like a pretty wide range, but since the tablet isn’t expected to launch until the third quarter of the year, it’s likely the details haven’t been finalized yet.

DigiTimes also reports that Fujitsu will eventually offer stylus support for its new Windows tablet. Right now the device is designed for finger input.

via CrunchGear

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