Jan 09 AT 1:27 PM Taylor Wimberly 11 Comments

Hands-on Fujitsu Arrows Tab


Last night at CES Unveiled, Fujitsu was showing off their Arrows Tab LTE F-01D that is currently available in Japan on NTT Docomo. It appears to be a pretty bland Android tablet, but the Arrows Tab does possess one special feature: the ability to be dunked underwater. Check out the video below to see the Arrows take a swim in a fish bowl (too bad they didn’t use a mock toilet).

Highlights of the device include Android 3.2, 10.1-inch display, 1GHz OMAP4430 processor, 1GB internal storage, 5.1MP rear camera, 1.3MP front camera, LTE and a 6560 mAh battery. Don’t expect to see the Arrows Tab in the United States, but it does appear that Fujitsu is making a push to bring their mobile devices to our shores this year.

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  1. Ha! A mock toilet! Nice looking tablet though. Too bad the US wont see it. I need a tablet I can use in the bath.

  2. Dag you guys must e in tech heaven right now.. so jelly

  3. Perfect for the hot tub, bath tub or floating around pool side!

  4. The resistance to water makes it perfect for some surfing while having a nice bath :D I like the idea.

  5. Frank AmesGuest 3 years ago

    This is a great tablet that would be perfect for healthcare – resistant to ambient fluids!

  6. don’t care about waterproof feature… make it cheaper instead!!!

  7. Perfect if you’re a scuba diver

  8. Finally, a tablet I can go scuba diving with!