Fujitsu launches a 6-inch Windows 10 tablet along with 17 other devices

Fujitsu is launching a range of new Windows 10 devices for its business customers today. In fact, the company is launching 18 (yes, 18) new Windows 10 devices for its enterprise customers. This includes 9 laptops, 4 tablets, one desktop PC, and four workstations.

Two of the most interesting new products from Fujitsu is the new ARROWS Tab V567/P tablet and LIFEBOOK U937/P. The ARROWS Tab from Fujitsu is actually a Windows 10 PC with a tiny 6-inch display. The device comes with Windows 10 Pro as well, which means you can run almost all of the desktop apps on this tiny tablet. Fujitsu isn’t sharing the important details about its new devices, unfortunately — so we can’t really tell how much power is packed into this device. The tablet weighs about 280 grams, which is pretty light for a tablet running full Windows 10. Fujitsu, unfortunately, didn’t disclose details regarding the device’s CPU yet — but don’t expect to get a lot of power from this device due to its small form factor.

A 6-inch Windows 10 tablet is quite an interesting device as it would be quite difficult or awkward to use any app on a small screen like that. Plus, it is unlikely the device is able to provide a lot of power which may disappoint a lot of customers. If businesses are really looking for a portable Windows 10 device, they can simply get a Windows 10 Mobile device with Continuum which will offer a much better experience that you simply won’t be able to get from a 6-inch Windows 10 PC.

Fujitsu is also launching a couple of new laptops — but the main highlight here is the new LIFEBOOK U937/P which is a 13.3-inch device running Windows 10. The device comes with a thickness of 15.mm and weighs “799g or less”. Along with the LIFEBOOK U937/P, Fujitsu is also launching the new LIFEBOOK P727/P which is a 2-in-1 with a 12.5-inch display. You can use the device in four different modes, including the standard mode, the tablet mode, stand mode and tent mode. Along with these two laptops, Fujitsu is also launching 7 other laptops — all of which come with Intel’s Kaby Lake processors, but the exact details about these devices aren’t available yet.

Fujitsu’s new ARROWS Tab will go on sale sometime soon in Japan for 151,800 JPY while the company’s new LIFEBOOK U937/P costs 284,900 JPY. You can find details regarding the availability and pricing of all the 18 new Windows 10 devices from Fujitsu here. Once again, most of the important specs about the new devices aren’t available at the moment.

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