10.1-inch itablet Windows 7-powered tablet announced at CES 2011

10.1-inch itablet Windows 7-powered tablet announced at CES 2011
itablet that was first announced back in Feb 2010, has been officially launched at the CES in Las Vegas. The company behind itablet is AHX Global, a joint venture between X2 Computing, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of mobile computing solutions and AMtek Systems, the leading Taiwanese designer of tablet computers.

itablet runs on Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium and boasts a 10.1-inch 1024×600 pixels widescreen capacitive touchscreen, Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor, 2GB DDR2 SDRAM, two USB ports, integrated 2MP camera, microphone, 32GB of built-in storage capacity, SD card reader, WiFi connectivity, and HDMI output. With dimensions of 271 x 163 x 16mm it weighs under 1kg.

AHX Global is also simultaneously launching the W10 which is powered by an Intel Atom Z510 1.3GHz processor with 1GB DDR2 SDRAM running Windows 7 Starter Edition. It shares the same features as the W10 but does not have a webcam or HDMI outputs. Deliveries of the Windows itablets will start in March.
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