Fushilai is now offering a slate tablet called Fsl F979 that looks very similar to the Apple iPad 2. Like the iPad it has a home button, but its sides have vents and ports for expandability. On the bottom, you will find micro SD card slot and headphone jack. Outfitted with a 9.7 inch IPS display, it packs 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, again just like an iPad.
Call it fortunate or unfortunate, that is where its similarity ends. This is because it has an x86 infrastructure that allows its company to make it run Windows 7 operating system. Inside, you will find an Atom Z550 processor that has two cores and does not generates a lot of heat – something that is very important for a tablet.
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Shenzhen slate market is on fire as one of the local manufactures have introduced a new tablet called WoPad V10. The V10 is powered by VC882 Cortex A8 which is powerful enough to give you a decent tablet experience, including flash playback that is considered to be very demanding.
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Toshiba R800 is a mainstream notebook that features a 14 inch display, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 640GB hard disk and integrated graphics. All models and variations of R800 come with USB 3.0 ports, HDMI and touch pads that support multi touch gestures. Certain models also offer WiMax connectivity.
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Fujitsu TH40 / D is the company’s first tablet that slides to reveal a hardware keyboard. This hybrid tablet features a 10.1 inch display and packs a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution, just like many other 10.1 inch netbooks out there. The similarity does not ends there as the Fujitsu TH40 D runs on an Atom Z670 processor, 0.3 mega pixel camera and 1GB RAM.
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Sony surprised everyone when they rolled out Vaio Z this year as they brought myriad changes in their flagship model such as removal of optical drive from its casing, thinner design, removal of discrete graphics and so on. It still promises to take everyone’s breath away by its super awesome design and extra ordinary battery life despite some serious power under the hood.
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