The Gateway C141x Tablet PC has been reviewed by I4U.
Here’s that they thought of the Gateway C141x Tablet PC:
“The Gateway C-141X is one of the best low-cost convertible tablets on the market. Budget conscious shoppers looking for performance and good features on a convertible tablet notebook will have a hard time finding better than the Gateway C-141X for the money.”
Gateway C141x Tablet PC reviewed at I4U
NEC has announced an addition to their ShieldPRO line of rugged laptops.
The ShieldPRO FC-N22A features a 1.06Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo U7500 processor, a 12.1″ screen, integrated GPS, SD card slot, windows XP professional, and (they claim) a 12 hour battery life.
It passed all the standard ruggedness tests such as being dropped 3 feet onto concrete, preventing dust and water from getting inside, and operating in a wide range of temperatures (14 to 122 Fahrenheit).
source, via engadget
TabletPCReview found out about an unannounced tablet pc shown recently by Fujitsu in Germany. Here’s what they know:
“At this point the following specifications are known: Intel Core 2 Duo P8400, 13.3″ passive digitizer Display, Accessories in the same design.
As I mentioned, not much is known at this time or if this model will even make it to the States, but it looks nice. If it lives up to other Fujitsu models we know it will have a solid chassis and great display, although it is passive.
It also looks like Fujitsu has jumped on the P-series processor bandwagon from Intel. This is the same line of processors that come in the MacBook Air. This Intel Core 2 Duo design is very small in size, but still maintains the power.
It looks as though it could be a replacement for the T2010 tablets or maybe we are in luck and Fujitsu has a completely new design. No word on pricing yet either, but we hope more information will start trickling out.”
more at tabletpcreview via engadget)
NEC has announced an interesting looking new Tablet PC: the VersaPro VY11F.
The NEC VersaPro features a 1.1Ghz Pentium M low-voltage processor, Radeon Mobility 7500 graphics, 512mb of PC2100 SD-RAM, and a 20GB 1.8″ hard drive.
The NEC VersaPro also has a 10.4 inch XGA (1024 x 768 pixel) TFT LCD screen, ethernet, 802.11a/b/g wireless, and runs the new Windows(R) XP Tablet PC Edition 2005.
The NEC VersaPro isn’t available in the US yet, base price in Japan is 830,000 Yen, or about $2570.
Product Information Page (Japanese)