Just last week had Fujitsu announcing the TH40/D, a 10-inch convertible Windows tablet/notebook. It’s actually aimed more at the enterprise market, but Digitimes reports they have an option coming for consumers as well. It’ll be smaller, with a 7-inch screen and Android 3.1, but it’s not clear whether it will have the stylus support and keyboard of the TH40/D.
If it’s convertible, it’s got its work cut out for it, with the Eee Pad Transformer presumably coming out soon, and sporting better specs (in some ways) than the more expensive TH40/D model. Fujitsu is supposedly targeting a sub-$400 price point for the low-end (16GB) model, but I’ll believe it when I see it.
If it isn’t convertible, it may join the other devices that fail to differentiate themselves sufficiently from the herd. Hopefully Fujitsu works hard to make this thing a real option.