Today, Fujitsu has launched its newest Windows tablet named Arrows Q665 and Celsius C740 Workstation in its home country Japan. These two devices have been classified as enterprise products. Thus, their price tag is on the higher side. The latest Fujitsu tab and Workstation will be available from next month onwards (June 2015) for 1400 and 3000 dollars respectively.
Q665 is a high-end Windows tablet with an 11.6 inches full high-definition display. It packs with the one of the quietest and coolest CPU, the Intel Core M.
Fujitsu Q665 Arrows is powered with Professional edition of Win 8.1 OS. It has an excellent battery backup of over 550 hours. This tablet has a dust and waterproof body. It weighs around 800 grams.
Arrows Q665 is an NFC, 3G, and 4G-LTE network connectivity options enabled tablet that supports up to 8GB of RAM. It has been designed to work with SSD storage hardware. 256GB is the max storage capacity backed by this Windows device. This tablet can read stylus pen input. It can connect with a specially designed keyboard. Fujitsu will sell the keyboard as an accessory for the Q665.
Fujitsu Celsius C740 is a rack workstation that features impressive hardware. It has Intel Xeon series E5 processor and 8 RAM slots that support quad channel architecture based high-frequency memory cards. You are allowed to add 256GB of RAM to this workstation. C740 can be installed with six 512GB 2.5 inches solid state disk as there are 6 SATA slots in it.
This Fujitsu workstation features a super slim DVD writer, and it supports high-end graphics card manufacturer by AMD, NVidia, etc.
The max VRAM backed up by Celsius C740 is 16GB. The weight of this workstation is around 1299 grams. It is 429.9 mm wide and 44.5 millimeters thin. It features 2 Gigabit Intel Ethernet (LAN) cards.
C740 comes loaded with a DVD burner, internet security, and data recovery software.