ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi AR70B is the full name of the Fujitsu model that we present to you, which will debut in Japan this coming February 12. This is actually one of the few downsides of a tablet that we really want to find on our shelves, and because it is easily understood.
- Display: 10.1-inch WUXGA (1920 × 1200)
- CPU: 1.7 GHz quad-core
- RAM: 2 GB
- Internal memory: 32 GB expandable with microSDXC
- Connections: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi Direct v 4.0, NFC
- Battery: 37 Wh (about 10,080 mAh)
- Distinguishing features: resistant to dust and water, fingerprint reader, One-Seg (TV)
- Size: 259 × 169 × 9.9 mm
- Weight: 589 g
- OS: Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
As you can see there are several things to notice in this Arrows: first of all, the full HD display, assisted by a technical department all of high standard (not to underestimate the support atmicroSDXCthat guarantee a high memory expandability), secondly the resistance to dust and water combined with the fingerprint reader with which you can unlock the tablet safely and finally, last but not least a gigantic over 10,000 mAh battery, which promises 14 hours of video playback, 75 of audio, and an incredible 2,100 hours standby, almost three months, compared to 5 hours for a full charge! Obviously this is approximate data (especially the latter), but give the idea of what Fujitsu points on the autonomy of this model. Finally, it is also a “how children and elderly”, to use the tablet with simplicity.
Only really jarring notes: the presence of Ice Cream Sandwich, the lack of options for 3 g, and the fact that, as mentioned above, hardly will see it for sale here, although we do not know the price, which is unlikely to be too much content. For more news you can check on Electronicsmatter.