By Anton D. Nagy | February 17, 2012 6:33 AM
Fujitsu showed off a roadmap in a press conference where the company hinted there will be interesting devices to hit the market. We’re looking at three tablets: one for June, one for September and one for Q4, whenever Microsoft unveils Windows 8.
The tablet to arrive in June is labeled as a “mainstream Android Media tablet” and it could very well be the M532 rumored for a May launch but delayed (and which reportedly packs a 10.1-inch screen with 1280 x 800 resolution, 16GB of internal memory, a SIM-card slot, eight-megapixel camera, and three-megapixel webcam).
September might see a Transformer competitor with a detachable slate, as seen in the image above. Aside from an estimated launch date there are no details regarding specs or pricing. Last but not least, Fujitsu will unveil a Windows 8 slate in the last quarter of 2012, when Microsoft is expected to unveil its next Windows 8 operating system for computers and tablets. The small picture shows off the Metro UI.