Fujitsu’s ST6010/ST6012 Tablet PC has reached the FCC for the usual round of wireless testing and mediocre photography. The pen-enabled slate at least got a room with a view, as opposed to other pictures we’ve seen. As well as certification, we now have access to the ST6010’s user manual, revealing that the PC is more of an evolution of the previous model than a revolution.
In fact the key design change has been the shift of the Bluetooth/WiFi button to the side of the slate, along with a minor color alteration. Under the hood, of course, things are more impressive, with a 1.40GHz Intel Core 2 Duo ULV SU9400 (3MB L2 cache, 800MHz FSB) processor, up to 4GB of RAM supported and optional integrated 3G UMTS WWAN.
The display measures 12.1-inches, runs at WXGA and uses an active digitizer. Storage options include a 320GB 5,400rpm hard-drive or a 64GB SSD. Still no word on price or availability.