MWC 2013 wasn’t all about Android devices, since we also got to check out some Windows 8 models. One of them is the Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q852/F, shown below in action and this seems to be a nice looking and appealing Win 8 slate.
It’s resilient to water contact and supports WiFi Xi, which is a type of connectivity with ultrafast speed, that’s available in Japan. The Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q852/F is able to reach 75 Mbps download speed and 25 Mbps upload. It also packs an Intel Atom Z2760 processor, a 10.1 inch LCD IPS screen and overall the package weighs 584 grams.
It measures a decent 9.9 mm in thickness and its power source should provide just a bit over 10 hours of functioning time with a single charge. As you can see in the video below, the device is pretty glossy and the display is a fingerprint magnet.