While Android tablets are all the rage at CES this year, a number of companies are also showing off devices running Windows 7. Fujitsu unveiled its new Windows tablet yesterday, complete with a high resolution 10.1 inch capacitive touchscreen display and an Intel Atom Oak Trail Z670 processor.

Unfortunately the demo unit I saw wasn’t working all that well — the touchscreen seemed to be in serious need of calibration, so I couldn’t get a real sense of the performance or look up detailed specs, but we know the tablet weighs about 1.5 pounds, has two cameras, and 2GB of memory.

You can find a few more hands-on photos after the break.

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