Fujitsu Introduces ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi Tablet, Esprimo AIO PCs, Lifebook Notebooks

Fujitsu has several new items expanding its product lineup, including the Arrows Tab, the Esprimo range of all-in-one computers, and Lifebook notebooks.


The first of these is the ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi Tablet, a tablet that has IPX5/8 water resistance and IPX5 dust resistance. The Arrows Tab comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and a quad-core Tegra 3 processor with a maximum clock speed of 1.7 GHz. It also sports a Full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels suitable for enjoying games or videos with ultrasharp HD quality. The tablet draws its power from a 10,080-mAh fast-charging, high-capacity battery that can be charged up to 1,770mAh in only about half an hour. Fujitsu offers various interfaces to make the device appropriate for sharing among family members, including a Kids Style for children, and an Easy Style for the elderly. The ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi likewise comes with Dolby Digital Plus, switch-enabled smart fingerprint sensor, the Books V app,  Fujitsu Mobile Integrated Dictionary +, and the Wacky Motors for F racing game. This slim device measures 9.9 mm thick and tips the scale at 589 grams.

Next, the Esprimo range of all-in-one computers feature the 2.4GHz Core i7 processor and 8GB of RAM underneath or the AMD-E2-1800 processor working with 4GB of RAM, depending on the model. The 21.5-inch PC has a touch-enabled display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels whereas the 20-inch model has a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels. Both allow users to enjoy

watching and recording television shows right from the all-in-one computer. Also onboard are preinstalled software such as Microsoft Office Home and Business 2013 and the My Cloud hybrid cloud service.

Lastly, the Lifebook AH notebooks feature 15.6-inch touchscreen displays. These are protected against fingerprints by Sara-sara coating. They also have Pioneer speakers and a battery capacity that lasts for around 6 hours of usage on a single charge. The Lifebook AH notebooks come in two models, the the AH77/K and the AH56/K.

Fujitsu has not announced the prices of these devices. Consumers may purchase the ARROWS Tab starting February 15. Meanwhile, the Esprimo computers are set to hit the market in Japan on February 7. Lastly, the Urban White and Ruby Red models of the Lifebook notebooks will be available starting February 15 while the Shiny Black will arrive on February 27.

via electronista