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Yesterday, FIC (First International Computer) announced its new 10.1-inch Tycoon+ TKE00 Windows 7 tablet PC.
The Tycoon+ TKE00 business tablet is powered by 1.5GHz – Intel’s latest Atom Z670 processor “Oak Trail” (launched by Intel in Q2, 2011), 2GB of DDR2 (on board) memory and 32GB/ 120GB of SSD storage (1.8-inch micro SATA). The device is also equipped with a 10-inch (1024 x 600) wide capacitive multi-touch display (2 finger support), 2MP front camera, 3.5G (optional), 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth.
FIC’s Tycoon+ TKE00 comes with two USB 2.0 ports, SIM card slot, Mic, Headphones and a Mini Card Socket (Half Card). It weighs 850g with its embedded 3800mAh Polymer battery and runs Windows 7 Home Premium.
Archos G9 tablets will ship in September, as Archos announced less then a month ago.
The two resently introduced tablet models of Archos – ARCHOS 101 G9 (10.1-inch) and ARCHOS 80 G9 (8-inch) are powered by 1.5 GHz OMAP 4 CPU. Archos compared OMAP4460 (the Texas Instruments’ dual-core processor) and stated, that it’s 50% more powerful than the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. In addition, the tablets have a 250Gb Seagate 2.5 HDD, WiFi and 3G. The 3G solution (offered as a Pay-As-You-Go Plan), is a standard 3G USB stick ($49 USD), which is designed to fit all the G9 tablets. The devices will run Google’s Android 3.1 Honeycomb (probably updated to Android 3.2 in September). Both will be able to decode (1080p H264 High Profile videos) and play movies in 1080p resolution through their HDMI output.
HP will launch its WebOS 32GB TouchPad 4G tablet on AT&T in the U.S., in time for back to school.
The TouchPad 4G is with a faster 1.5-GHz CPU, 32 GB of storage space, integrated GPS and AT&T wireless mobile broadband capabilities. The connected version of HP’s first webOS tablet lets users browse the web, check e-mails and get more done in more places – not just Wi-Fi hotspots.
Motion Computing latest tablet CL900 verified as Citrix Ready.
Citrix Ready is a product verification program that allows customers and users to quickly and easily find partner products and solutions that are trusted to enhance Citrix offerings. The CL900 joins Motion’s C5v, F5v and J3500 Tablet, making Motion’s complete line of rugged tablet Citrix Ready verified.
Yesterday Motion Computing announced that its first small form factor, rugged tablet PC CL900 Tablet PC designed for productivity and business integration is now shipping worldwide.
The tablet is with a 10.1-inch display that enables both touch and stylus input, powered by the Intel Atom Z670 (1.5 Ghz) CPU and running Windows 7. The CL900 is a robust tablet PC that offers seamless business integration and enables access to and utilization of data while mobile.