The China based Taiji Electronics was last seen making waves with its unique tablet concept that also included a wireless bluetooth keyboard. This time it has come up with more conventional stuff – the Taiji T10A tablet though the same can’t be said of the dual screened device that it had put up for display at the Chinese High-Tech Fair ELEXCON. The tablet which is yet to receive a formal name shares a similar form factor as the Toshiba Libretto W100 and the recently unveiled Acer Iconia.
However, much of the dual screened tablet has been kept under wraps and the very few details that has pilfered out point out to a device powered by a unspecified VIA processor that is more known for its power saving qualities than being speed demons. So the device is expected to significantly better the rather dismal battery performance of the otherwise excellent Toshiba Libretto while also offering acceptable levels of performance. Also, the two separate screens attached with a hinge measure 8 inches and can be used as a regular notebook with a virtual keyboard on the bottom screen coming in place of regular keyboard in a notebook PC.
About the Taiji T10A tablet, thankfully we have a better picture of the device which is also based on a 1.2Ghz VIA C7-M processor and VX700 graphics processor coupled to a GB of RAM. The T10A tablet comes with a 10.1 inch touchscreen and includes 32GB SSD, a front facing webcam and runs the Windows 7 OS.
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