The DigitalRise PC-729 tablet offers a refreshing look at the tablet market, since it comes with a 7″ touchscreen display, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, all powered by an ARM9 processor. One major drawback would be its 128MB RAM which by today’s standards, doesn’t seem to cut the mustard any more, while its 7″ touchscreen display has a relatively low resolution of just 480 x 272 pixels. Would those apparent setbacks cause you to fork out $355 for the DigitalRise PC-729?
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