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Fujitsu Arrows Ultra Slim

Fujitsu Arrows Ultra Slim

Fujitsu Arrows Ultra Slim

Fujitsu Windows 7.5 Waterproof

Fujitsu Windows 7.5 Waterproof

Fujitsu Windows 7.5 Waterproof

Fujitsu Windows 7.5 Waterproof

Fujitsu Arrows Regza

Fujitsu Arrows Regza

Fujitsu Arrows Regza

Fujitsu Arrows Regza

Fujitsu Arrows X LTE

Fujitsu Arrows X LTE

Fujitsu Arrows Waterproof Tab

Fujitsu Arrows Waterproof Tab

Fujitsu Arrows Waterproof Tab

Fujitsu Arrows Waterproof Tab

Fujitsu Arrows Waterproof Tab

The Arrows Ultra Slim is just 0.26 inch thick but runs Android 3.0 Gingerbread and features an AMOLED display coated in Gorilla Glass. It's also waterproof, able to withstand submersion in water and tell the tale.
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Turning the Arrows Ultra Slim sideways highlights the phone's very trim profile. It's thin enough to make Samsung Galaxy S II owners take notice.
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When viewed from the bottom the Arrows Ultra Slim doesn't look quite as svelte but should still be quite pocket-friendly.
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Taking a page out of Nokia's playbook, Fujitsu's aptly named Windows 7.5 Waterproof runs Mango and sports a 3.7-inch screen. The handset is also waterproof and dust resistant. It comes in wild candy colors, too, like pink and yellow.
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A fat power button sits on the phone's top edge. Playfully sculpted curves give the Windows 7.5 Waterproof a fun, youthful style.
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Here's the yellow version of the Fujitsu Windows 7.5 Waterproof. You can see the familiar Mango interface complete with live tiles for main handset functions.
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On back of the Fujitsu Windows 7.5 Waterproof is a rather large lens plus the Windows Phone logo. A Toshiba moniker is painted here as well, indicating the two companies' new partnership.
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Another interesting device is the Arrows Regza handset, which is said to offer special compatibility with Toshiba's Regza line of HDTVs.
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On top of the Fujitsu Arrows Regza is an HDMI port for simple porting of content to HDTVs. Called Regza Link, this feature promises to pump 720p video content to TVs located all around the home.
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The Arrows Regza uses a retro square design aesthetic with blocklike buttons and a metallic purple paint job.
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The back of the Arrows Regza is painted in a deep, reflective purple and houses the phone's HD camera and LED flash.
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Fujitsu is another handset maker eying the power of LTE. Its Arrows X LTE phone comes with a big 4.3-inch 720p HD-resolution screen, Android Gingerbread, and LTE 4G support.
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One of the most striking things about the Arrows X LTE is its fancy coloring, which shifts depending on your viewing angle.
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Fujitsu takes a stab at making tablets, too. The Arrows High Spec Waterproof Tab continues the company's rugged theme, and runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb.
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Made to survive use around the house, bathtubs, and heavy rain, the Arrows Tab can tolerate being dunked in water.
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The back side of the Arrows Tab is cleanly designed, features a camera, and is also shown here taking the plunge at Fujitsu's booth.
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It's clear that the Arrows Tab isn't exactly as thin as the iPad 2 or Galaxy Tab. That might put potential buyers off this slate.
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Helping to keep the Arrows Tab's guts nice and dry are rubberized plugs covering all major ports. Many rugged machines take this approach; the Casio G'zOne line of phones is a good example.
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