Let the flood of Android tablets begin. Fujitsu, who announced last week that they’re going to be releasing a convertible tablet with Windows 7 (aimed at enterprise users) is gearing up to launch a smaller, 7-inch tablet later this year but this time, featuring Android. While I don’t think it will be a tiny convertible version of the its Windows cousin, it is interesting to see yet another company jump on the Android tablet bandwagon.
Although, we don’t have many details, Fujitsu promises the tablet will ship with the latest version of Android 3.1 Honeycomb and will hit the market at an affordable $350 price point. I will reserve judgment until I see a few more specs but I’ve always felt like a 7-inch Honeycomb tablet would fit quite nicely into my man-purse.
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