We had reported about the ExoPC tablet running the Windows 7 desktop operating system before, and that the 11.6-inch slate would soon be shipping, and now we’re learning that the ExoPC tablet will get rebranded for different markets. In Portugal, European retailer Probitas will be marking the tablet as the Mobi One, costing the equivalent of U.S. $965. The tablet will also be coming to Canada as the Ciara Vibe, which will start at U.S. $599.
Featuring an Intel Atom N450 CPU clocked at 1.66 GHz and 2 GB DDR2 RAM with either 32 GB or 64 GB SSD storage, the ExoPC slate has been an interesting proposition for many users who need the full flexibility of a Windows operating system, but would like the finger friendliness of a mobile system. ExoPC does come with its own skin that makes it easier to navigate the UI with a finger.
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