Japanese PC manufacturer Fujitsu introduced a bevy of tablets, desktop, workstations, and ultralight notebooks all running Windows 10. The products include a six-inch tablet, a new 13.3-inch superlight laptop, and 16 other devices, all of which will hit store shelves in Japan.
First off, Fujitsu will be offering the new Arrows Tab V567/P, a fresh addition to the Fujitsu Arrows Tab family which sports a six-inch screen with a 1,080 x 1,920-pixel resolution. It also runs a full 64-bit version of Windows 10 Pro, though it might not work properly on such a small screen. It measures 3.4 inches wide and weighs 0.62 lbs. Inside, the tablet packs a 1.44GHz Intel Atom chip, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of flash storage. The Arrows Tab V567/P will go on sale starting at ¥151,800 ($1,337).
The tablet can double as a corporate PC for enterprise customers. Fujitsu intends for the device to allow local customers in Japan to handle their mobile experience using tools similar to what they use for enterprise computers.
Fujitsu also launched the Lifebook U937/P, which shows off a 13.3-inch display and weighs 1.76 lbs. This device will be available for ¥284,900 ($2,510) beginning in early February and will come in at black and red color options. The lightweight notebook will ship preloaded with Windows 10 Pro and will include either a 2.6GHz Intel Core i5 processor or a 2.2GHz Intel Celeron chip. There are various configurations of the device. The standard configuration packs a 4GB RAM, HD LCD display and flash storage inside in either 128GB, 256GB or 512GB capacities. Fujitsu also squeezed Intel’s seventh generation Kaby Lake processors into all nine new Lifebook models.
The Japanese tech giant also unveiled a 12.5-inch Lifebook convertible that runs Windows 10 Pro and features a 2.6GHz Intel Core i5 processor, an LCD display, and 4GB RAM in either HD or Full HD resolutions. The two-in-one comes with 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB flash storage upon purchase.
While the devices will be available in Japan, it’s not immediately clear whether these products will also hit store shelves in the U.S. or Europe.