Designing and building a new tablet computer is a lot of work. Some companies just don't have the time or the money to bother with all of those annoying earlier stages. That's why Socle Technology will be launching a design platform for tablet PCs in the second half of this year (Digitimes). This tablet is built on Globalfoundries 65nm low power process technology.
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The tablet, currently dubbed the “sPAD” is driven by an ARM1176 CPU and Mali 3D graphics. SlashGear reports that this baby will be capable of full 1080p HD hardware decoding. The sPAD will support both Linux and Android. Expect a camera, Bluetooth, WiFi, and all the other standard trimmings.