IDuple Launches Poor-Man's Chrome OS Tablet

Posted: Oct 26 2010, 1:39pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 26 2010, 9:34pm CDT, in News | Tablets

iDuple Launches Poor-Man's Chrome OS Tablet
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You can demo the OS RIGHT NOW.

While we wait for the Chrome OS tablet and debate about what Android needs to be tablet-ready, a little company named iDuple is working on their own vision of the future of mobile computing. The iDuple tablet stores absolutely everything in the cloud.

Your data- 50 GB -is kept in a secure server online. This means you can actually use your tablet on OTHER devices, anything with a browser. In fact, you can go to iDruple's website and see a demo of the actual OS. It is a perfectly capable Windows-ish UI. I'm excited to see how this performs on a tablet.

The iDuple tablet can apparently boot up in just five seconds. It has WiFi and 3G models are under development. We can expect a business user launch early next year, with some models selling to "developers and hobbyists". Oh- and this thing does pack a microSD slot in case you end up wanting some physical storage.

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