Fujitsu Arrows Tab Wi-Fi AR70B tablet released in Japan

On March 6, 2013, in Tablets, by Mike Jefferson

Fujitsu is well-known for its devices, and speaking of which, Fujitsu has released its latest tablet in Japan, so let’s have a closer look at it.


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