Hanvon decided to make their presence felt at CeBIT this year with their BC10C and BA10E tablets. While both models run on the Windows operating system, their innards are slightly different with the former sporting a 10.1? capacitive display at 1,024 x 600 resolution, an Intel Celeron ULV743 1.3GHz processor, 2GB RAM, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, HDMI and a 250GB hard drive. It is powered by Windows 7 Home Premium and sports a chassis constructed from aluminum, plastic and carbon fiber. Expect the BC10C to retail anywhere from $600 to $700. As for the Hanvon BA10E, this model sports an active digitizer and electromagnetic stylus, with a speedier Intel Atom Z530 1.6GHz processor running within alongside 1GB RAM, a 120GB hard drive, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, HDMI support and a 10.1″ display at 1,024 x 600 resolution, all running on Windows XP Home with a price point that resides comfortably between $500 and $600.
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