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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  • http://pixelswim.com Steve Heinrich

    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.


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

  • McLovin

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

    • http://androidandme.com Taylor Wimberly

      They had a press shot of someone using it in the bath tub!

  • Jöran Schlömer

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

  • Frank Ames

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

  • spazby

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

  • epps720

    Perfect if you’re a scuba diver

  • CTown

    Finally, a tablet I can go scuba diving with!