Wednesday 9 October 2013

The first Android tablet with fingerprint reader “Fujitsu Arrows Tab”

The Arrows Tab FJT21 is the first consumer tablet Android to integrate a fingerprint reader available at the end of November in Japan. Apple's decision to adopt the fingerprint recognition for the iPhone 5s and also it may be adopted in the next version iPad and iPad Mini. It will probably take a few months to find out whether every one follows the trend. Fujitsu may at least claim to be the leading manufacturer of Android tablets to adopt this technology.

The Japanese automaker has unveiled the Arrows Tab FJT21, a 10.1 inch tablet that incorporates a fingerprint reader located on the front panel. Taking advantage of the multi- user features Android 4.2; the drive can handle multiple biometric authentications that can unlock access to different profiles with their specific settings.

The Arrows Tab FJT21 also has the distinction of being waterproofed, a rarity for a mainstream tablet. It features a quadruple heart Snapdragon SoC 800 to 2.2 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 64 GB of storage (+ microSD port), an 8-megapixel image sensor, a 1.3 megapixel front camera, Bluetooth wireless connections 4.0, WiFi and 4G/LTE. It is also NFC-enabled. A strong and comprehensive configuration gives a battery life of 9600 mAh. We don’t know about the price of this tablet which is going to release in Japan in late November.

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