Fujitsu unveils M532 Tegra 3 tablet
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This year will likely be the year of quad-core tablets and Japanese IT company Fujitsu appears to be jumping in on the action with their own tablet offering.
Called the M532, the 10.1-inch tablet will sport a Tegra 3 processor with front-and-rear cameras, a microSD and SIM card slot, 1280x800 resolution display and may ship with Android Honeycomb. The tablet could even have rubberized edges for better gripping and easier handling, at least according to German site techfokus.de.
The M532 is expected to hit the German market sometime around May for €499 ($635 USD) with a built-in 16GB SSD. Hopefully the tablet will get an ICS update and an international launch soon after.