Japanese Fujitsu probably isn't on your list to watch, as far as mobile devices go, though the company has come up with some pretty compelling devices in the last week. It was just recently that we first heard of the Fujitsu Arrow A, for example, a device that packs some bleeding edge hardware, like Snapdragon 800, a fingerprint sensor on the back and a 2600mAh battery that Fujitsu claims will last you a good three days, not to mention that apparently it charges in about 10 minutes via a dedicated charger.
It's because of how well the Arrow A sounds on paper that we're actually a little bit less surprised (though no less anxious) when earlier today Fujitsu announced the 10.1-inch Arrow Tab FJT21 with a similarly kick-ass specs sheet. The Android tablet runs a 2560x1600 pixel resolution and shares a lot of DNA with the aforementioned 5-inch Arrow A. For starters, it also sports a mighty Snapdragon 800 chipset and 2GB of RAM, not to mention that it comes with a gargantuan 9,600mAh cell. What's even more, the new Fujitsu tablet also comes with a multi-user fingerprint scanner, meaning that consumers can create multiple user profiles with different fingerprints on the Android 4.2 that the slate comes running.
The Arrow Tab comes with 64GB of internal storage, which is further expandable via microSD. It is also water- and dust-proof and comes with 4G LTE radio, support for the latest Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC, firmly sliding this into the big-boys league. Unfortunately, pricing remains unknown, though we fully expect a premium price tag. Similarly, while a November release is expected for the local Japanese market, as of yet there's no word on whether we'll see this internationally.