There was no shortage of Tegra 3 devices at CES this year, but one that didn't make the trip to Las Vegas was apparently Fujitsu's Stylistic M532 tablet. It looks like a straightforward 10.1-inch tablet with a 1280 x 800 display, 16GB of internal memory, a SIM-card slot, 8-megapixel camera, and another 3-megapixel camera around front. It's running Android 3.2 in the video below, but should be loaded up with Android 4.0 when it is said to be launching in May, at €499. Techfokus found it to relatively snappy in its brief hands-on, hopefully that speed will hold up come release time.
There's no word on whether it will become available in the US, but given Fujitsu's newly announced plans to make a go of it in North America with its phone products, we'd say there's a better chance of the M532 coming than with previous Fujitsu tablets — but that's far from a sure thing.