Although Fujitsu is not a big name (yet) for mobile devices in North America, they have a pretty big showing at CES, displaying their waterproof tablet to the masses. This ruggedized Honeycomb slate is made of premium plastic with a seamless body to ensure no water, dirt or high pressure injures it. It is fully waterproof up to five metres, but has some decent specs to boot.
We had a demonstration of the tablet, which runs a modified version of Honeycomb, and aside from the rugged outer body, there is a cool split-key keyboard (think iPad 2 with iOS 5) and cool aesthetic improvements.
The Arrows tab has a 10.1-inch 1280×800 pixel display, 1Ghz dual-core TI OMAP 4430 processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 5MP back camera and 1.3MP front camera, plus Japanese LTE bands which are not compatible with North America.
Check out the video, and some more photos after the break.
No word on North American availability, but the word is that Fujitsu is pushing pretty hard for some carrier love.