Fujitsu has officially unveiled a lot of their line-up for this year along with the long awaited Arrows tablet, Windows 8 touch-screen products and high-end computing hardware.  As far as the mobile market goes, Fujitsu has greatly increased the offer of good devices.


The Fujitsu Arrows Tab has been rumored long before the official announcement as one ultra-touch feature packed tablet. The device has been officially unveiled running Android 4.0 ICS and powered by a quad-core Tegra 3 chip with 1 GB of RAM. The device is water  shock and dust resistant and meant to be suited for every task no matter where you choose to fulfill it. It has received the IP5X dust resistance and IPX5/8 water resistance certifications to join the likes of the Sony Xperia Z line-up and some Panasonic devices.


The The Arrows Tab Wi-Fi FAR70B offers a great Full HD 1920 x 1080 IPS display and carries a 1,770mAh power pack that will allow for fast charging in little over 30 minutes.


Joining the Fujitsu line-up are two new Lifebook AH notebooks will have touch-enabled 15.6-inch displays and run MS Windows 8. Another addition are the all-in-one models, including the Esprimo FH series going for as far as 21.5-inches for different models will have a 1920 x 1080 touch-enabled display and run Windows 8. The Esprimo FH and EH models will go on sale on February 7th, while the Lifebooks and Arrows Tab will be available starting on February 15th. Tthe Lifebook AH56/K will go on sale on February 27th. Pricing will be revealed along the way.