If you have been in love with the Apple Ipad, well the competitions for it are going to blow your mind. To give apple a really tough time, various tablet PCs are crawling on in, and they are way better than those Apple Ipads in terms of configuration.
There’s not much you can expect from tablet PCs with so little of space to put all that technology in, yet they stand out as the slickest and finest bits of technology.
The rivalry between Mac and Windows is ever known, so now that Mr. Steve Jobs has a shiny Ipad, Microsoft is in the race too, Pairing up with HP they have created a masterpiece called HP slate and we are loving every bit of it!
Although there are some troubles with release dates, and the technology rumored to be backdated, this baby is still going to make a huge impact when it launches.
The Slate by HP will run in Windows 7 environment, which will respond to touch commands, and will have an 1.6 GHz processor, with upto 1080 p graphics, and will have upgradable memory. Normally it will be available in 32 and 64 GB memories.
Image Source: Engadget
The tablet PC has a ram of 1 GB and does not lack USB ports like Ipad, and the Slate also features two Cameras, one in the front and One facing outward. A more clarifying picture shown below. The picture was leaked on the internet before it was supposed to be out.
There are problems with the release dates but we expect it to be launched soon enough by the end of 2010, just to have us drooling over something that is not created by Apple for a change!
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But surely that’s not all of it, we have not just one fresh new Tablet Pc but two of them.
Intel has a new weapon in their name, they are also coming off in the tablet PC market with a 10-inch Moorestown Quanta Redvale tablet which is Run On MEEGO, a popular software generally used for androids and netbooks. This flashy piece of device will be available in the market in 2011, a little bit of wait. Previously Meego was run in Nokia Phones and other multimedia handsets, now Intel is using it in one of its tablet PCs. The graphics of the PC is awesome, the user interface is the smoothest ever.
On the hardware front, there’s 1.5GHz Moorestown chip and can play a 720p clip smoothly. The actual 10-inch Quanta Redvale tablet is incredibly thin and light. It is very much impressive.
A view of the upcoming.
So by the end of this year, we are going to witness war on Tablet Market as well, be prepared, this was an advance alarm!
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