X2 ITablet Details Emerge

Posted: Feb 8 2010, 5:48am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:22pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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X2 computing announced late last week that it planned to launch a new tablet computer called the iTablet. The name is a clear attempt to take advantage of the notoriety surrounding the iTablet name since many expected the iPad to be called the iTablet for a long time.

More details have emerged on the iTablet including that it will have around three hours of battery life and the battery is removable. Other features will include a 10/100 Ethernet interface and a video output for an external monitor.

We learned last week the device would use an Intel 1.6GHz processor, Windows 7, have a touch interface, and have 250GB of storage. The machine is available in two screen sizes and pricing info was not offered. It will launch in April and my money says the thing will be cheaper than the iPad it is trying to steal some thunder from.

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