Fujitsu Arrows Tab FJT21 Gets Official, Sports Multi-User Fingerprint Reader

The latest iPhone 5S has a new feature that’s becoming quite popular among its users and that is its fingerprint reader. This is a security feature that makes use of the owners fingerprint to unlock the device. Fujitsu has taken this idea to the next level by incorporating a multi-user fingerprint reader on their latest Fujitsu Arrows Tab FJT21 Android tablet. This model is reportedly the world’s first Android tablet with a fingerprint sensor.

The Arrows Tab FJT21 runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and has a 10.1-inch display that has a resolution of 2,560×1,600 pixels. It makes use of a powerful 2.2 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor combined with 2 GB of RAM. There’s also 64 GB of internal storage and if that’s not enough it can further be expanded via the microSD slot. Other notable features include an 8 MP rear camera, a 1.3 MP front camera, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, 4 G LTE (with 150 Mbps download speed), and a g 9,600 mAh battery. The device also has an IPX5/IPX8 certification making it waterproof. The specs is pretty much high end and can easily compete with other powerful tablets in the market today.

Technical Specifications:

  • Product name: ARROWS Tab FJT21
  • OS: Android 4.2
  • Manufacturer: Fujitsu Mobile Communications Co., Ltd.
  • Display:10.1 inches WQXGA
  • Weight: 519g (provisional value)
  • Camera: 8.08 million pixels / CMOS
  • Sub camera: about 125 million pixels / CMOS
  • Battery capacity: 9,600 mAh
  • Size: Approximately 261 (W) × 169 (H) × 8.9 (D) mm (provisional value)
  • Memory:(ROM) / 2GB (RAM)
  • Color: White
  • External memory: microSDXC (up to 64GB)

One of its selling points is its multi-user fingerprint reader which allows different users to log in to the device. This allows for a personalized experience for individuals since their preferences will load up once they log in.

This device will be carried by KDDI, one of Japan’s largest carriers, and will be available by the end of November. There’s a very little chance that this will become available outside of the Japanese market.

via engadget

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