All of a sudden, Windows 8 showed off and has been downloaded thousands of times. With a doubt of how it will be look in a Shanzhai tablet, I start to search some sources recently. Not spending long, a news catch may attention– NowKin W9C6,a Shanzhai 10.1 Inch Capacitive Windows 7 X86 Tablet. This tablet originally runs Windows 7 OS and with a price of $399(quite reasonable for a 10 inch windows tablet).
the lock screen seems more magnificent
UI looks like Windows 7 much but little difference in the buttons.
Keyboard is larger .Big fingers also can achieve input easily.
Mouse Computer, a Japan-based computer company, now intros a new tablet PC, LuvPad WN101-P after its first attempt, LuvPad AD100, which features a 10.1 inch LED touchscreen with resolution 1024*600, Nvidia Tegra 2, android 2.2, 512MB of RAM DDR2, 8GB of internal storage, WiFi, Bluetooth. As an impressive tablet PC of last autumn, LuvPad AD100 cost about solid $ 590. LuvPad WN101-P comes along with the same size and screen resolution with its processor, but sports more sophisticated innards, Windows 7 as OS, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 1.66GHz Intel Atom Z670 processor, and 1.3MP camera. This windows slate is slated to hit the market in next month with still an exorbitant price, 59,800 yen, … Continue
The much-delayed Fujitsu TH40/D, the world’s first slide-out tablet PC, now finally decides on a launch date and will meet the customers soon. The reason for delay, according to some insiders, is easy to figure out and sort of clique, to render TH40/D to perform better.
This 17.4mm-thick behemoth consists of a 10.1-inch touchscreen and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, with a heft of 1.1kg. TH40/D also touts a proud 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z760 CPU and Windows 7 as well as solid 1GB of RAM and tremendous 120G of storage. This netbook-specced tablet PC also features Wifi, Bluetooth 3.0 and a variety of ports including two USB 2.0, a HDMI output and a SD card slot. The batteries inside … Continue
When it comes to 9.7-inch tablet PCs, things grow unavoidable for them to look somehow like iPad in this or that way despite completely different contents insides. For a non-iPad slate of 9.7 inch or 10.1 inch, a combination of Tegra 2 chip and Android or Intel core and Windows 7 may be popular choice for tablet PC makers, and Grefu P97 obviously belongs to the latter.
Cased entirely with metallic materials and iPad-like design, the appearance of Grefu P97 looks modest, receiving nor criticism or compliment. The only button in the front marked with the logo of Windows explicitly demonstrates that what OS P97 runs. Alas, a free ad for Windows 7 on tablet PCs? Solid hardware … Continue
It seems that folks in this most populated country get too accustomed of, and more patience in, waiting most of newly-launched electronic things which often take more time to arrive this land than others, but it is worth the while if they come eventually. Fujitsu Stylistic Q550, unveiled as early as in April and then available for preorder in most overseas lands, will also swim a short channel and disembark his neighboring land now that Fujitsu has made such an official announcement.
This 10.1 incher boards sort of sophisticated innards similar to netbooks, featuring a IPS touchscreen with resolution 1280*800, a 1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 processor, Windows 7, 2GB of RAM, 30GB or 60GB internal storage, sporting … Continue
To enrich the varieties of product line seems a dominating strategy for most establishments to gain rejuvenation, and there is no exception for Malata, an old DVD enterprise at home. This old brand is now turning on a new look with the continual introduction to some nice products. The Computex 2011 sees Malata show out quite a few mainstream devices including notebooks, tablet PCs and all-in-one PCs.
Malata A1001 is apparently the grand finale among all Malata’s offerings. The elegant white casing and familiar Windows UI make A1001 appear gorgeous and impressive. This 10-inch slate comes with much-anticipating specs, featuring an Intel Atom N450 and N470 processor, Windows 7, Bluetooth, 3G and GPS. But the unnecessarily broad lower … Continue
Intel’s determination and ambition to march into mobile PC market is firm and self-evident thought up till now there is no proper Intel chip available for tablet PCs in affordability and compatibility. So it becomes natural Intel to take some measures to make it appear more acceptable on mobile PC devices. Keeley Lake, released by Intel on Computex and good proof of Intel’s of tactics to solve its dilemma, is a hybrid of tablet PC and notebook, sharing the similar concept with Asus EeePad Transformer.
Keeley Lake also consists of a tablet PC with a touchscreen and a docking station with keyboard. The tablet can be used independently or able to work as a notebook together with … Continue
Fujitsu releases its new super large-sized tablet PC codenamed as Lifebook T901, hitting US market with a starting price of $1899. This monstrously big slate comes with an 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-2520 processor, Windows 7 Professional 32 or 64, a 13.3-inch touchscreen with resolution of 1280*768, 2GB DDR3 1333MHz RAM, 250 GB S-ATA 150, 5400 rpm hard drive, integrated DVD Writer. Lifebook T901 also sports a 2MP camera, bluetooth, Wifi and 3G connectivity.
Though launched as a tablet PC, Lifebook T901 looks more like a netbook, or sort of notebook whether in pricing or specs. Nevertheless, the notion of netbook is obviously not as approaching as tablet PC now. Relatively speaking, Lifebook T901’s brethren, Fujitsu TH40D, announced last … Continue
Hot tablet PCs tend to be packed with a larger screen and an extra keyboard. We see Asus TF101 EeePad Transformer and Acer Iconia W500 as precursors have received good responses in the market, now followed by a TH series tablet with a featured slide-out keyboard brought out by Fujitsu. Though it is still unknown which one is more preferable for tablets with optional or integrated keyboard, TH40D Windows 7 slate is a good try to bring a slider to a tablet PC like a smartphone does.
Fujitsu TH40D comes with competitive specs of course. It is able to store a 1.5GHz Intel Oak Trail Atom Z670 CPU, a 10.1-inch capacitive multitouch … Continue
Unlike android tablets which grasp attention mainly by continuing elevation in android OS version, Windows7 slates tend to put more emphasis on the potency of processor or other hardware. That is what Kupa X8 keeps working on. The flagship edition of Kupa X8 updates its CPU to a 1.83GHz Intel N475 processor though the common version has already been bestowed with a 1.6 Intel N455 CPU. A 1.83GHz processor is rarely seen on a tablet PC and even able to eclipse Tegra 2.
Apart from a powerful processor, Kupa X8 also stores good form factor and innards. It features a 10.1 inch capacitive multitouch screen with resolution of 1024*600, Intel GMA X3150 graphics, 2GB of DDR 3, 320GB … Continue