Leaked slide reveals Fujitsu roadmap for 2012
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According to Notebook Italia, Japanese manufacturer Fujitsu will be releasing a slew of new Ultrabooks and tablets over the course of the year.
Fujitsu announced during a press conference earlier this week several new products in the works, including at least two ultrabooks, two tablets, a transforming slate and a “slimbook” notebook with an ULV Intel core. Windows 8 and Android will reportedly power the two tablets, respectively.
If Fujitsu decides to release its first Ultrabooks beginning Q2 2012, they will likely be equipped with Intel’s new Ivy Bridge chipsets. The company would then anticipate releasing its new mainstream Android tablet, its “slimbook” notebook, a transforming slate in the vein of the successful Asus Transformer and finally the Windows 8 tablet.
Exact specs of the devices are still out of reach, although we expect full details to be revealed once we draw closer to their official announcements and release dates.