The Fujitsu Arrows Tab F-01D Android tablet was introduced earlier this year and was touted to be a waterproof device. Though we may never have the need to use the tablet underwater, I’m sure you must be curious about how well it holds up its end of the bargain when it comes to being submerged in liquid. Well, it looks like we weren’t the only ones thinking about it as the folks over from nDevil.com recently got a chance to spend some time with the tablet and tested out the waterproof feature.
While they didn’t drown the tablet in water for a long time, they did hold it long it enough for it to be damaged by water – if it were any other regular tablet. And as expected, it came out working without a hitch. So if you’re looking for a tablet that can keep you company while you’re relaxing in the bathtub at home, the Arrows Tab F-01D might be right up your alley. Unfortunately, it’s currently only available in Japan and Fujitsu hasn’t made any mention of whether it will be available globally. Check out the demonstration video:
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