|Laptop maker X2 releases its brand new touchscreen portable devices, the iTablet range. The iTablet is offered in choices of operating system: Windows 7, Windows XP Tablet Edition and Linux. The Windows 7 and Linux-based portable devices are being offered in two sizes; 10.2” widescreen TFT and 12.1” XGA, 1024 x 768 resolution widescreen versions with up to 250GB hard disks. These two models measure about 1.4 inches thick that makes the X2 iTablet almost 3 times thicker than the iPad. It is claimed by the company though that the iTablet supports Adobe Flash, something the Apple iPad does not. They come in multi-touch screens including 3 USB ports and a 1.3 MP webcam. It’s touchscreen is suitable for use even in bright daylight and other challenging light conditions.
iTablet is equipped with an 802.11 b and g Wi-Fi, a 3G, Bluetooth and built-in stereo speakers as part of the standard specification list while an HDMI output is offered as an option. It is equipped with an easy-to-use on-screen keyboards and enables you to view content in a portrait or landscape format. It is integrated with a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N270 processor and 512MB of memory which is expandable to 2 GB. X2 iTablet offers the users with unlimited technology and advanced multimedia access across multiple platforms without any restrictions to exclusive content provider. The iTablet range also offers a variety of solid and metallic colors to choose from including white, grey, pink, blue, red, yellow and black. The dimensions are 252 x 192m and the thickness runs from 28mm to 35mm. It weighs merely 1.18kg (2.6 pounds).
Posted 2010-12-27 and updated on Dec 27, 2010 4:35am by richard