itablet launches in a few days with first deliveries expected in March

first_imgWe last reported about the itablet back in February 2010 but it looks like this one might actually happen. The company has announced that the Windows 7 tablet is going to be launched in a few days (and ready for delivery in March). It’s an exciting prospect for people looking for a Windows tablet.Technically its spec out-guns the iPad, excelling in terms of its screen size with a larger 10.1-inch widescreen capacitive touchscreen display and an integrated graphics processor that can deliver high-res images up to 1024×600 resolution in either landscape or portrait formats. The large screen also makes for an easier typing experience and it backs this up with plenty of storage, with 32GB on-board. Additional storage can be added via the integrated SD card reader and its HDMI output allows you to pump out HD video and pictures through to a larger TV screen.The itablet is also preloaded with Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium and a trial version of Microsoft Office 2010. Processing wise it has the power saving Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor on-board with 2GB DDR2 SDRAM, a 2MP web cam, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and unlike the iPad has two integrated USB 2.0 ports, allowing you to plug in a range of peripheral devices including external hard drives, keyboards, printers, scanners, cameras and mice.The company behind itablet is AHX Global and Francis Davis, CEO, AHX Global has this to say:itablet is the hardest working tablet computer on the market today and will revolutionize the way that Windows users can access and use data on the move. It is a genuine tablet computer that is both familiar and intuitive to use with existing Windows applications and meets the needs of users to gather, create, process, share and act on data around the clock regardless of location. itablet also fills the gap in the market for business and lifestyle users for whom connectivity to Wi-Fi networks is a key requirement. What’s even better is that AHX Global has the flexibility to offer retailers a choice of either branded or own brand tablet computers. They can also offer a choice of Windows 7 or Android 2.2 operating systems and a range of different screen sizes to meet any specific requirements.AHX Global is also simultaneously launching a cut down version of the tablet 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 flagship device but does not have a webcam or HDMI output.Read more at itabletlast_img read more