Siemens has been expanding the number of products it is now marketing and there have been a few I have listed here in the recent past such as a single sign on process, kiosks, and back in July they announced laying off over 16,000 employees.  There was also the resignation of their healthcare CEO.  Also noted has been some unrest in Germany, so it leaves one to perhaps guess as to what the next direction could be here and where the final focus might rest in healthcare, but according to this post there is no word out yet on any further details with tablet pcs and it might appear to be more directed at the European market since the page is in German?  BD 

Now that we think about it, it's been a hot minute since we've seen a new Stylistic tablet flow from the doors of Fujitsu-Siemens, but it has finally hit back with a new unit to keep the family alive. The Centrino 2-based ST6012 has been revealed on the firm's website without much fanfare, though the specs are decent enough. We're talking a Core 2 Duo SU9400 ULV processor, 12.1-inch WXGA (1,280 x 800) non-glare display, up to 4GB of RAM, optional WiFi / WWAN / Bluetooth modules, your choice of a 64GB SSD / 120GB to 320GB HDD, a built-in multicard reader, biometric scanner and a rather industrial motif. Mum's the word on a price and release, and quite honestly, we can't imagine those details ever being blasted from the rooftops.

Fujitsu-Siemens quietly intros Stylistic ST6012 tablet PC - Engadget


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