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AMTek iTablet: Tegra 2 Fun At Computex

May 27 2010, 8:46am CDT | by

AMTek iTablet: Tegra 2 Fun At Computex
 
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Manufacturer AMTek has just announced that they will be bringing five tablets to the Computex show in June (via SlashGear). These tablets run the gamut from an 800 MHz Freescale processor, to Nvidia's Tegra 2. Intel's Menlow and Montevina platforms have also been suggested. All models will pack capacitive, multitouch screens.

The low-end AMTek iTablet is the Ex-Lite II, this 10.1” slate has an 800 MHz processor and 512 MB of RAM, plus 512 MB of flash storage. It has b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 2 MP camera. Add in 3G and GPS on top of either Windows CE6, Android 2.0 or Linux. The AMTek iTablet Speed-Lite replaces the Freescale processor for a 1 GHz Tegra 2 and 1 GB of RAM.

The three Intel based tablets are the iTablet Lite, the T23A Tablet PC and T23X Tablet PC. All of these slates have Windows 7 and up to 4 GB of RAM. The Lite has a 10.1” screen, 2 MP camera, 64 GB SSD and a 1.6 GHz Atom Z530 CPU. The other two both have a 1.3 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU with Cantiga GS graphics and a 12.1” display. They have up to a 320 GB HDD and a 1.3 MP webcam.

There's no word on pricing for any of these devices yet. It sounds like AMTek is aiming a broadside filled with tablets and waiting to see which models stick. They have both light, iPad-like tablets here, as well as Windows 7-packing slates. It'll be hard to tell just how attractive any of these products are until we get some word on battery life.

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