Monday, July 14th 2014

Fujitsu Unveils the ARROWS Tab Q335/K 8-Inch Windows 8.1 Tablet

Fujitsu today announced the development of the FUJITSU Tablet ARROWS Tab Q335/K, an easy-to-hold and operate 8-inch Windows tablet for enterprise customers. The new model is planned to be rolled out in stages worldwide from October 2014.

The ARROWS Tab Q335/K, a compact and lightweight 8-inch tablet, is ideal for business use as it comes with the latest Intel Atom processor Z3735F and the latest Windows 8.1 Pro operating system. While being portable, it can also come with Microsoft Office as an option enabling users to read documents or create materials on the go.

Product Features
  • Compact and lightweight ARROWS Tab Q335/K fits in one hand and is easy to use - The compact tablet is equipped with the newest Intel Atom processor Z3735F and an 8-inch wide-angle LCD display. By reducing the unit weight to less than 400 grams and limiting the width to 126 mm and the thickness to 9.9 mm, the tablet can be held with a single hand, therefore reducing fatigue after extended use. Digitizing paper forms, thick manuals and catalogues so that they can easily be carried around, this tablet is ideal for a variety of work in different fields.
  • Can run Windows 8.1 Pro and Microsoft Office, ideal for business use - With a Windows OS, the existing Windows-based systems used in business situations, together with existing peripheral devices used as usual, this compact tablet can transform the way people work. The tablet comes installed with Windows 8.1 Pro for sophisticated operations such as network domain participation and group policy settings. This simplifies matters with consolidated management of terminals. Furthermore, Microsoft Office can be added to enable on-the-go flexibility when a user needs to read or create documents.
  • Tablet cover accessory - As a dedicated protective cover for the ARROWS Tab Q335/K, the folio cover prevents scratching when stored in a case, and is convenient as it can be used as a stand when placed upright.
  • FUJITSU Cloud PaaS MobileSUITE enhances usability of the tablet - The tablet supports MobileSUITE, the mobile service platform that enables more efficient use of a wide range of applications, services, and content for specific industries or work tasks. Utilizing MobileSUITE from the highly portable ARROWS Tab Q335/K improves the convenience of using tablets for work.
For systems administrators, utilizing the integrated management functions offered by MobileSUITE enables the unified management of services, applications, contents, terminals and user IDs. For tablet users, services, applications and contents used for work that are displayed on Mobile Portal can be quickly and easily accessed to facilitate work.

Erwin Visser, General Manager, Windows & Windows Phone Commercial Marketing
"Microsoft welcomes Fujitsu's new 8-inch tablet into the global business market. Designed for Windows 8.1 Pro, it's a great fit for business customers looking for a thin, light-weight device that can also allow them to be incredibly productive. Fujitsu is also a global Microsoft partner in the systems integration space, and an early adopter of our Project Siena (Beta) app, a tool that allows for easy and rapid modern app development for Windows. We are thrilled that Fujitsu is leveraging the power of Siena-based SI solutions to further enhance the value of its new 8-inch tablet."

Hermann Eul, vice president and general manager of Intel's Mobile and Communications Group
"The Fujitsu ARROWS Tab Q335/K, based on the Intel Atom processor ("Bay Trail"), delivers the great battery life and lightning fast performance that users want and the application compatibility and integration into existing Windows infrastructure that IT managers demand. Fujitsu has delivered a great offering for enterprise users."
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ManofGod
Definitely more useful than an iOS or Android device in a business environment. The other devices have their place but they cannot do everything.
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