The ITablet Launches, Packs Windows 7

Posted: Feb 5 2010, 11:03am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:18pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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Yes, you read that right. X2 has just launched their latest product, the Window's 7-packing iTablet. (PMP Today) You have to give the company credit; that name was a gutsy, if ridiculous move. X2 clearly intends for their product to compete with the iPad. So...can it?

The iTablet runs off of a 1.6 GHz processor and comes in sizes ranging from 10.2” to 12.1”. It uses an HDD, which makes it very thick (35 mm) but gives it 250 GB of storage space. Outside of that we've got 3 USB ports, HDMI out, WiFi, Bluetooth, and a 1.3 MP webcam. The iTablet will also be available running Linux.

We've got no info on how much RAM this thing packs or whether or not it is multitouch capable. Even if it is, I wouldn't consider this a real competitor to the iPad. That HDD makes this tablet very thick, and much heavier than an iPad. When you combine the added weight with the lack of 3G, you have something about as portable as my Buick Skylark.

X2 should have pricing and availability info out soon. To start at least, this thing will be available only in the UK.

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