UK Based X2 Computing Launches iTablet to Compete With Apple iPad

Written By Sam on 7 February 2010
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An UK based company X2 Computing has launched an amazing competitor to the Apple iPad, and this rival is names as “iTablet“, which will pave new trends of accessing data for Windows users. iTablet will be a Windows or Linux based tablet implementing all those missing features of iPad.

Coming in 35mm thick, iTablet is a 3G device featuring 10.2 wide screen TFT or 12.1-inch wide screen XGA touchscreen with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels that would support both landscape as well as portrait modes. Specs of iTablet indicate that the device will have 1.6GHz Intel processor, hard drives of 250GB, 1.3-mega pixel camera, and built-in stereo speakers. Running on Windows 7, iTablet will include three USB ports, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and optional HDMI output along with many other impressive features such as stunning slimline bezels and easy-to-use on-screen keyboard. X2’s iTablet will start shipping in this April, and the price is not yet declared.

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