Fujitsu will be introducing a new convertible Tablet called the LifeBook TH40-D in Japan at the end of June for less than a thousand dollars. It features a 10.1-inch 1024×600 touchscreen display running Windows 7. Conversion from Tablet to Notebook form is achieved by sliding out a keyboard from the rear of the device. Somewhat impressively the Tablet remains quite slim at just 17.4mm in thickness. The keyboard provides a full QWERTY experience with a tiny optical trackpad, which can be seen in the image below to the right of the shortened space bar. The CPU is a 1.5GHz Intel Atom Oak Trail processor, RAM is maxed out at 1GB.
The LifeBook TH40-D also houses 120GB of internal storage, 2 USB ports, an SD card slot for expansion, a front facing 0.3MP web cam, Wi-Fi 802.11n, Bluetooth 3.0, Intel SM35 Express chip set, HDMI-out and about 6 hours of runtime from the battery.