The X-E1 is available in Germany on Amazon.de.
For the non-German Fuji followers out there (and for Germans that missed it), here is a short translation of the review of the popular chip.de team about the X-E1. The German guy seems to be very enthusiastic about the X-E1. He talks about the new technology used in this camera, so that the 16 MP sensor promises to reach a picture quality of full frame DSLR cameras. The OLED-finder is sharp and rich in contrast. The camera switches automatically form finder to display, using an eye-sensor. As we know, the X-E1 comes with an integrated flash. The interface of the camera is definitely oriented to expert photographers because of the many manual adjustment possibilities. If you prefer, the camera can, of course, set the adjustments automatically. The video function is somewhere hidden in the options. Videos are shot in Full-HD and stereo quality. There is a Jack-connection for additional microphones. And at last, the reviewer says that the camera is well made, aesthetically gorgeous and feels very good when you hold it. All this for 900€.
See some sample pictures on Fuji’s website.