Fujitsu to unveil waterproof Windows 8 version of Arrows tab
Fujitsu had showcased an Android Honeycomb version of Arrows back in February, 2012 at the Mobile World Congress in Berlin and now it promises a Windows 8 version. Now, Fujitsu debuts the Windows 8 version with waterproof protection of the Arrows it had debuted at the CES, 2012. This time, the tab maker has chosen the largest electronic show of Japan, the Cutting-Edge IT & Electronics Comprehensive Exhibition (CEATEC).
Apart from waterproof casing, Fujitsu has revealed no specific information on specifications, release date and price of the Windows 8 Arrows tablet. However, Engadget claims that this Windows 8 version of Fujitsu Arrows will feature a 10.1-inch slate, will include microSD and USB ports. The tablet is also said to sport a rear-facing camera and front-facing camera. Engadget has also revealed that Windows 8 version of Fujitsu Arrows will be made with metallic, textured finish, unlike glossy plastic body. Moreover, Windows 8 version will sport sharper edges as compared to rounded, curvy edges of the Android 2.3 Honeycomb version. The Windows 8 version will also feature support for LTE network connectivity.
Launch of Fujitsu Arrows Windows 8 tabletÂ
Though Fujitsu has not given any cues on any specific release date of Windows 8 Fujitsu Arrows waterproof tablet, a booth worker of the CEATEC has revealed the tablet may launch around October and November, around Windows 8 release date. The tablet launch will be initially limited to Japan and not outside Japan during initial months of the launch.