Earlier this year in January during CES, the OCOSMOS OSC9 tablet was displayed, and if it caught your attention with its “Smart O-Bar” remote controller, the good news is that the tablet has seen an upgrade to keep it relevant with current offerings and is now up for pre-order.
A quick recap for those who may have forgotten or who aren’t familiar with the OSC9 – it has seen an upgrade in its display from 9” to a 10.1” 1280×800 MVA-TFT panel. Under the hood it will be powered by Intel’s 1.5GHz Oak Trail Atom processor, will run on Windows 7 Home and will come with the “Smart O-Bar” remote controller, which does double duty as a remote controller, a wireless keyboard/mouse, game controller or a VoIP phone for applications like Skype.
It will come with a 3.5” 320×480 TFT-LCD, a camera, a three-axis gyroscope, and accelerometer. It doubles up as a secondary display as videos can be streamed from the OSC9 onto the Smart O-Bar. If this sounds like something you wouldn’t mind having, the OSC9 tablet will set you back $649 for the base model which will feature 2GB of RAM and a 16GB SSD drive, while the 32GB SSD model will set you back $749 and can be pre-ordered from Dynamism.
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