Windows 8 Launch Nears; Fujitsu Equips Itself with New Range of Windows 8 Devices

October 22, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

With device manufacturers working hard to roll out as many devices as possible for the Windows 8 launch, Fujitsu has also prepared its own devices. To pump up the game a little bit more, they have featured touch screens as well as eye tracking so that customers would jump into their store to get hands on these sleek new machines.

The major Fujitsu products include a water-resistant tablet, a tablet that transforms into a notebook, two standard notebooks and a touch-screen PC.

Being the world’s slimmest water-resistant tablet running Windows 8, ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi QH55/J offers high performance, enabling it to be comfortably used for either personal or business applications, in a slim 9.9 mm body.

Weighing approximately 574 g, it enables approximately 10.5 hours of video playback. It is also IPX5 dust resistant. Furthermore, by employing an IPS LCD display that enables a clear, crisp picture with a wide viewing angle even when the device is tilted, and by featuring Super Clear Panel, which cuts down reflective glare and displays colors brightly, the ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi is suited for outdoor use.

Like the LaVie Y, the ARROWS Tab Wi-Fi QH55/J runs on Windows 8 RT but is powered by an ATOM Z2760 CPU and will comes by default with 2GB of RAM as well as 64GB of SSD.

The much appealing QH77/J in the other hand is a new dual-use style of PC that can be used as both tablet and a notebook PC. For example, the LCD can be detached and used as a tablet when on the go, and comes standard equipped with a stylus to enable handwritten input.

In addition, when being used for writing longer text that requires concentration, users can simply connect the keyboard to the docking station and use it as a notebook PC. The STYLISTIC QH77/J will come by default with a Core i5-3427U Ivy Bridge CPU, USB 3.0, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of SSD and a 11.6″ screen with a 1,366×768 resolution.

The Esprimo Fujitsu FH98/JD PC utilizes an eye-tracking sensor to monitor the movement of the user’s eyes.

It’s like a ‘Mission Impossible’ gadget and with this technology, users will be able to move the screen from left to right or scroll up and down depending on how they roll their eyes.

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