Don’t be mistaken that the ExoPC Slate is just another Windows 7 tablet, as this device will use a rather special touch-friendly interface known as the ExoPC UI Layer, where it will boast rows of application-launching circles. This design makes Windows 7 a whole lot more touch-friendly, where users are provided with an alternative to the traditional double click-reliant Windows interface. Underneath the hood of this 11.6-inch capacitive touch screen device, you get a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, an Intel Atom M450 1.66GHz processor, a Broadcom Crystal HD video processor which can handle High Definition video with aplomb, a 1.3-megapixel camera, up to 32GB of flash memory and with a maximum 4 hour battery life. Apart from that, there is also a 3G HSPDA module which is manufactured by Huawei, adhering to AT&T’s WCDMA bands II and V. Slated (pun no intended) to hit the market in Q1 next year, the ExoPC Slate is speculated to cost $600 thereabouts.
Frankly, we don’t see this coming anywhere close to the iPad’s sales figures, and will think that this will cater to a niche market more than anything else.
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