Fujitsu has come out with a Windows 8 tablet at CEATEC 2012 in Tokyo, this isn’t the first Arrow tablet that we’ve seen, but it is the first from the company running Windows 8. The move from the Android-based Fujitsu Arrows Tab to Windows is accompanied by the use of an x86 platform, under the hood we’ve got an Intel Atom “Clover Trail” processor.
The Fujitsu Arrows Tab LTE F-01D is likely to be the Z2760 running at 1.8GHz with its dual cores along side a 10.1-inch display with 1366 × 768 pixels resolution. It’s got two gigabytes of RAM, 32 GB of flash memory and options for a 3G.
The slate sports a front and rear facing camera, a micro-USB port and a microSD card slot. Rather than the shiny plastic backing we saw last year, this device has a slightly textured, metallic finish, and it sports much sharper corners than the earlier version’s more curved design.
Fujitsu plans to bring the device to market within the next two month and it will probably be launched in Japan to start. There is no word on pricing or exact availability but you can check out the below video to take a closer look at the tablet.