Most of the modern day consumer electronics devices tend to come in highly desirable form factors, but the thing is, they are not exactly the most durable thing out there in the market. Hence, it is interesting to see a Windows 8 tablet, of all things being part of the minority market share, arrive with features such as water resistance, coming in the form of the Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q582/F. Of course, seeing the name Fujitsu would mean that this will be a Japan-only release, at least for this point in time, and perhaps, later on as well.
The Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q582/F will come in a 10.1” form factor, where according to the folks over at Fuijtsu, is able to “function normally after being immersed in room-temperature tap water to a depth of 1.5 meters for 30 minutes.” Fujitsu even went so far as to claim that the Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q582/F will work fine after being hit “with water from a nozzle with a diameter of 6.3 mm at a rate of 12.5 liters per minute from a distance of approximately 3 meters for a period of at least 3 minutes.” Despite that, it measures a relatively thin 9.9m in terms of thickness, allowing it to take the plaudits of being the world’s slimmest Windows 8 water-resistant tablet.
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