Isn’t it just ironic that the knock-off version of the HP Slate will hit the market before Hewlett Packard’s original version?
Although it will lack the HP style Graphical User Interface and some hardware, it still boasts some competitive features. The device will measure in around 8.9 inches and feature a 1366 x 768 resistive multitouch display, which is ideal for complex Chinese characters. It will also have a web cam, although there is no word on the Mega Pixel aspect. The processor will be the 1.66GHz Atom N450 and for USB it will have the standard USB 2.0 port, as well as a mini USB. And of course, Bluetooth, WI-FI and 3G will all be incorporated into the device.
Although this dandy little unit is not officially for sale yet we do have buying information, and we will be getting our hands on one soon.
Company: Shenzhen Haina Digital Technology Co., Ltd.
Contact: Mr. Jiang 13360503178
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