Fujitsu may not really make as many hardware devices as its partners in crime like Dell and HP, but boy, when the company creates something it really is a deluxe work of technology.
If you loved the enterprise ultrabooks the company rolled out yesterday, you are going to adore these new tablets and hybrid convertibles that the Japanese PC maker has also made official. They may be extensively expensive, but they are some of the finest money can buy.
These refreshed tablet devices run Windows 8.1 and fall under the company’s Arrow banner. And they really suit the needs of all types of power users.
The Arrow Tab Q704/H is a 2-in-1 ultrabook that allows users to shift easily between laptop and tablet modes. The 12.5-inch LCD display on the device allows it to offer a solid 10 hours of battery life. A fourth generation Intel Core (Haswell) processor powers it, by the way.
The water-resistant display on the Arrow Tab Q584/H, on the other hand, sports a 2560 by 1600 pixels resolution. Battery life on this thin and light baby is a staggering 15.5 hours.
The duo arrives in later October, complete with a range of accessories including a keyboard, cradle, handle strap, shoulder strap and a keyboard docking station.
Price of the former model has been set at $1,672, though the second one is a tad cheaper at $1,207.
The Arrow Tab QH55/M is ready to go to work in any and all conditions — its screen is said to be both water and dust resistant. A stylus is included in this 10.1-inch slate which comes with a 2560 by 1600 pixels display resolution and can be grabbed after November 21.
Perhaps the most impressive of the bunch is the Arrow Tab QH77/M 3-in-1 convertible.
This is basically an ultrabook that is powered by an Intel Core i5-4200U processor. Essentially you get a laptop and tablet mode with this sleek device, but it can also be connected to the Turbo Mode Expansion Cradle that turns it into a full-fledged PC.
This one is also immune to both water and dust, and will be available November 28. Want.