Japanese technology major Fujitsu has launched two new tablets in the enterprise category – one to cater to the education sector and the other for the general category.
Coming from the Fujitsu Arrow series, the ARROWS Tab Q508/SE is meant for the education sector, and the ARROWS Tab Q508/SB, for general enterprise use. Both models, available in Japan from today, offer even greater ease of use based on the customer opinions and needs Fujitsu has learned from experience.
Both the tablets are water and dust resistant yet lighter than its earlier versions, said the company. The ARROWS Tab Q508/SE, meant for education sector, comes with enhanced pen functionality so as to imitate the sensation of pencil on paper, as well as by offering device diagnostic tools to keep lessons running smoothly. Moreover, the ARROWS Tab Q508/SB, aimed at enterprise use, can be custom ordered to include a touch fingerprint sensor.
Both models have thinner touch panels and LCD glass, slimmed down chassis cover, and miniaturized components that connect to the keyboard or cradle.
In addition, visibility outdoors and in other bright spaces has been improved in each model by making the LCD screen brighter by about 35% compared to previous models, and by improving the screen film.
The ARROWS Tab Q508/SB enterprise model, in addition to improved basic functions, is also able to be customized to include a touch fingerprint sensor. This option provides a safe and secure work environment for a variety of tasks.
Both models now feature USB Type-C to connect to a wide variety of devices and this is expected to become a more common feature. The port is reversible so users can connect devices without concern about which way it is facing. The new models also offer video output so they can be connected to external audiovisual devices via an adapter. A light and thin keyboard featuring a wired LAN connection that supports Wakeup On LAN is also available as an optional dedicated accessory.