Fujitsu was showing off a Windows 7 tablet with an Intel Atom Oak Trail processor and a 10.1 inch screen at CES in January, but the company wasn’t sharing many details about the computer. Now it looks like the company is ready to push the tablet a little harder at the CeBIT trade show in Germany in March. PC World has obtained some more information on the tablet including specs and a launch date.

The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 will be aimed at business users and it will come with Windows 7 Professional. It has an Intel Atom Oak Trail processor and you can interact with the touchscreen display using either a fingertip or a stylus. It will also have a fingerprint scanner and smartcard slot.

The tablet will be available with a solid state disk up to 64GB. It has front and rear-facing cameras, a USB port, and optional 3G mobile broadband. PC World says the Q550 will be available in Europe in April. There’s no word on how much it will cost.

Update: The Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 will be available this spring for under $800.

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