Fujitsu’s 2012 lineup of tablets and laptops includes two Ultrabooks with Intel’s new Ivy Bridge processor, a slate tablet with a detachable dock and a Windows 8 tablet.

Fujitsu will also introduce a Windows 8 tablet in the fourth quarter, according to both Imidoresc.ro and Notebook Italia.

Based on the roadmap above, Microsoft is telling partners that Windows 8 is will be launching this year, but a firm release date has not been set.

Not really news but interesting to see it somewhat confirmed.

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