I know we had a glimpse of the Fujitsu ARROWS Tab LTE F-01D waterproof tablet last month, where it appeared in a rather poor image quality rendition of a scanned page, but today, we have uncovered additional details about the tablet while treating your eyes to a more sumptious view of what the ARROWS Tab can deliver. I would suppose that Bert of Sesame Street fame won’t mind playing with the Fujitsu ARROWS Tab while he’s taking a bath with his iconic rubber duckie, but I digress.
One thing we did not cover last week with the ARROWS Tab is the fact that it boasts of a special kind of gesture control function, letting you slide the display without having to touch it with your finger. Hmmm, I have absolutely no idea how that works – some kind of motion sensor is activated, perhaps? Well, something like this would definitely come in handy, especially when you’re busy in the kitchen whipping up a storm of a meal, while using the ARROWS Tab as your recipe book. Needless to say, to have your hands which might be dirty with flour or batter, isn’t too hot on any touchscreen device’s display.
We’re still awaiting additional information on pricing and availability though, and the long period is killing us. Come on now, Fujitsu – throw us a bone here!
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