Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q335/K Windows 8 Tablet

The new 8-inch Windows 8.1 tablet Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q335/K will be released worldwide starting in October.

What’s different with this tablet is that it’s an enterprise tablet with Windows 8.1 Pro, so that widens the choice in this segment a bit.

(UPDATED: Fujitsu Stylistic Q335 Mini Tablet PC will launch in the US in January 2015.)

Other than that it doesn’t appear too much different from the other existing 8-inch Windows 8 tablets available today, though Fujitsu has decided to withhold most of the specs for now, and will instead announce them throughout the fall.

Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q335K Windows 8 Tablet

Fujitsu Arrows Tab Q335K Windows 8 Tablet

But it’s disclosed that it’s powered by the same Intel Atom Z3735F processor that the two newly released Windows 8 tablets from Toshiba are powered by. Otherwise it features a LCD display, weighs under 400 gram, is 9.9mm thick, and comes with Office naturally.

The decision to launch this 8-inch tablet with Windows comes at the same time that Lenovo have decided to pull the plug on 8-inch Windows 8 tablets in the US, citing lack of interest. Lenovo have had two such tablets, with the Lenovo Miix 2 and the FHD Lenovo ThinkPad 8.

Lenovo has said that remaining inventory of these tablets will be geared towards Asia for now, while they work out a new strategy for 8-inch Windows 8 tablets.

– Tom Bowen

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