Fujitsu windows 8 tablet

The new processor Z-60 APU released by AMD earlier this month revealed AMD’s plans for the tablet market. This chip had been designed keeping solely in mind the upcoming Windows 8 tablets. With the announcement of Fujitsu Stylistic Q572 we shall now be able to see the chip in action for the first time. The Windows 8 Fujitsu tablet look-wise is a standard 10.1” tablet that will win very few popularity contents, if any at all.

Weighing around 1.6 pounds the Windows 8 Fujitsu tablet will have a rear 5 megapixels camera, 4 GB RAM, a ten point touch screen, an HDMI port, a SD card slot and two USB ports for plugging accessories. The tablet will come with several hard disk sizes ranging from 64 GB to 256 GB. If you’re looking for a launch date, then unfortunately Fujitsu has not come up with one yet.

AMD’s Z-60 APU came with the promise of a competitive pricing for all Windows 8 tablets that will have the chip beating as its heart. Compared to Intel however, it seems that AMD has lost a bit of momentum because most of the upcoming windows 8 tablets, due for launch post the Windows 8 launch of Friday, are going to be powered by Intel’s standard core processors or by “Clover Trail” Atom processor.