Fujitsu first began showing off the Arrows Tab a year ago, but this water-proof tablet finally is nearing release.
When this device was on display at previous tradeshows, prototypes ran Google’s Android OS. Engadget now reports that it is at CEATEC running Windows 8.
Additional details on the Arrows Tab are few and far between. It will have a 10.1-inch touchscreen, dual cameras, and a microSD memory card slot, but aside from that nothing else is known about its specs.
Fujitsu says this tablet will debut in late Fall — after the launch of Windows 8 itself, of course. What countries it will be released in, or what it will cost, remmains a mystery.