There’s one more Tablet PC from China out to do battle with the biggies in the Tablet/Slate PC segment. Sinchun, a company based in the Shenzhen province of China has unveiled the Saycool M7 MID tablet featuring a capacitive touch screened interfact. The Tablet comes equipped with a 7-inch screen having a resolution of 1024 x 600 and looks similar to its stable mate, the Hott MD700. In fact, several of the features found in MD700 has also been included in the Saycool M7. But then, it does not mean that both have the same hardware make up. Instead, the fact is they both differ a lot as far as their hardware is concerned.
The Sichun Saycool M7 features multitouch input and is built around the Intel Atom Z510 1.1GHz processor. It comes equipped with a 16GB SSD and a DDR2 RAM of 1GB. The Saycool M7 is a feature rich device and has built in WiFi, Bluetooth along with an optional 3G connectivity. Then there is a 0.3MP camera, USB port, micro SD card slot that can be expanded up to 32GB, SIM card, and Ethernet. The 1900 mAh battery has enough power to provide for 3 hours of usage on a full charge. It comes pre-installed with the Windows XP though can also run on Windows 7 or Linux. The M7 also has an integrated mic as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack. Sporting an external dimension of 7.87 x 4.84 x 0.87 inches, the device tips the scales at just 19.4 ounces.
There are no details available as to what it might cost or when is it going to be made available.
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