eviGroup of France rolled out a 10-inch tablet known as the eviGroup Paddle earlier this summer, which resembled a netbook somewhat. Well, they decided to give the Paddle an upgrade, calling it the Paddle Pro which will carry the same 1024 x 600 pixel 10-inch display, although the processor has received an update to a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 chip. Apart from taking advantage of its capacitive touchscreen display, the Paddle Pro also sports head-tracking technology that allows you to take control of the computer by moving your head while looking at it – looks weird to outsiders when you do so, don’t you think so? Other specifications include 1GB RAM, a 160GB hard drive, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity, a trio of USB ports, a front-facing 3-megapixel camera and up to 3 hours of battery life – not much when you compare it to other tablets in the market, making it all the harder to sell IMHO. Expect the eviGroup Paddle Pro to retail for a whopping 890 Euros, and if you want Windows 7 Home Premium to be thrown inside, be prepared to fork out another 100 Euros.
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