Here finally is a Windows 7 tablet that can wean you away not only from the iPad or Android tablet crowd but also from many of the netbooks currently on offer. Named WindPad 110w, the tablet is powered by the new AMD dual-core Z-01 processor with Radeon HD 6250 graphics and a TDP of only 5.9 watts. What this means is better quality graphics that many other contemporary tablets running Windows 7 while offering the same levels of battery life. In fact, the WindPad 110w is one of the earliest tablet to feature the new AMD processor. Couple it with a 4 GB DDR3 RAM and the tablet can really be a speed machine.
The rest of the specification sheet is equally impressive – a HDMI out slot, USB port, and a headphone jack. The tablet also boasts of an SD card slot, a G-sensor, light sensor, along with the usual setup of integrated cameras along the front and the back of the tablet. For connectivity, the WindPad 110w comes with WiFi and Bluetooth.
Providing the juice is the 2 cell, 4200mAh battery though its not known as of now how long that will be good enough on a single charge. The tablet measures 10.7 x 7.2 x 0.6 inches and weighs 1.9 pounds. Running Windows 7 Home Premium, the tablet comes with a 10.1 inch, 1280 x 800 pixel capacitive touchscreen display up front.
Pre-orders for the WindPad 110w is currently being accepted at number of places including Amazon with prices stating at $599.
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