Of all PC makers, Fujitsu is the one that likes to do things rather differently. Case in point how the company launched its first Windows 8.1 with Bing devices.

Two tablets are on offer — and both come with very expensive price tags.

Surprising, when you consider that Microsoft launched the Windows 8.1 with Bing initiative as a low cost solution for hardware makers, and a slew of tablets have since then made their way to the market. All of them were priced rather aggressively.

Not these ones, though.

Chances are that two models will probably only be sold in Japan, and these prices may fly there.

As reported, these two slates come in the form of ARROWS Tab QH33/S and QH55/S. The former is a humble little 8-inch device with a 1280 x 800 pixels resolution, drawing power from an Intel Z3735F Bay Trail processor that is clocked in at 1.3GHz.

A healthy 2GB of RAM comes standard, as does 64GB of internal storage. Two cameras are included, one being the 5 megapixel rear option, along with a 2 megapixel front-facing one.

The second ARROWS tablet is the QH55/S, and it features a 10.1-inch IPS display offering a (somewhat expected) full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution. An Intel Z3795 beats inside, though it comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage capacity.

Other standard features include two cameras (an 8 megapixel on the back, 2 megapixel front), NFC, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. Ports on both devices include microUSB, microHDMI and microSD.

Fujitsu has also thrown in a smart pen with the larger model.

But be prepared to part with a lot of money to get your hands on these devices. The smaller one has been priced at €435 ($551), while the bigger variant will set you back a hefty €800 ($1,013).

Windows 8.1 with Bing, alright.

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  1. I used to work for Fujitsu. They make good products, but the price of their products and services is completely off the meter,

    • Nice to know that, Ray. They make good products, agreed, I quite like what they bring in terms of hardware, not just PCs. Having worked with a lot of their devices, including LED monitors.

      They sure could use better pricing, totally. Maybe, they’re just contend with the business market. These two tablets above, I can see professionals and businesses buying them. Only a few end consumers will fork the cash, not when there are competing products available at half the prices.

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