Moov 780 Busts A Moove At CeBIT

Posted: Mar 5 2010, 11:12am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:52pm CDT, in News | CeBIT

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One word: Whoa! That's probably the typical reaction to Mio's new Moov V780 tablet computer with a unique form and design.

Mio has created its own 3D interface for the 780, which at its core is built on Windows CE. This has an 800x480 display; support for H.264, DivX, Windows Media, and MP4; 512 MB of RAM and up to 8GB of flash memory; and WiFi, 3G, and WiMAX connectivity.

Additionally, the tablet device can be easily transformed into a full laptop computer with a keyboard and stand that comes built-in to a special carrying case.

It has full touch-screen support, as well as a touchpad and trackball on the keyboard accessory.

The Windows-based Moov 780 is initially slated for Europe, where it will launch at around 600 Euros ($820). There are also reports circulating that an Android version of the device is in the works.

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