Fujitsu’s Newest ‘Arrows Tab’ Windows Hybrid Has a Detachable Tablet, Keyboard Dock, an Active digitizer and Stylus

In a previous post we talked about the most recent 8-inch Windows 8 tablet from Fujitsu that sported average specs for a not so cheap price. We turn our attention now to the Fujitsu Arrows Tab QH55/S hybrid, which comes with some interesting options.
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A new addition to Fujitsu’s line-up, the Arrows Tab QH55/S hybrid features a detachable tablet module and a keyboard dock, which make it a suitable device for those with productivity in mind. The Tab QH55/S hybrid also comes with an active digitizer and a stylus, which are some nice features that make it suitable for engineers, architects, doctors, IT professionals and just anybody else who looks for these options.

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The Fujitsu Arrows Tab QH55/S features a 10.1-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1920 by 1200, and there’s an Intel Bay Trail Z3795 quad-core processor clocked at a base frequency of 1.59 GHz. There’s a nice 4 GB of RAM, along with 64 GB of built-in storage, that is also expandable via a micro-SD card.

There’s an 8 MP main camera, along with a 2 MP front-facing shooter. Connectivity-wise, it features a micro-HDMI, NFC capabilities, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, as well as GPS. The tablet measures 265.5 x 188.8 x 10.2 mm and weighs about 680 grams; but they increase to 1,38 Kg when the keyboard dock is attached.

The Fujitsu Arrows Tab Windows 8.1 QH55/S hybrid will be priced at roughly €800, and will be available near the end of December for Japanese customers.

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