Hands-on with X-Mode Tablet PC from jkkmobile

jkkmobile has video of a new Tablet PC at Computex 2009 called the X-Mode. Rather simple looking slate with 10″ widescreen (16:9). Looks very easy to handle. Resistive touchscreen, not active digitizer, but I still wouldn’t mind getting a look at it myself. Video is a bit noisy (it’s a convention, they’re noisy), but worth a couple minutes to see the full once-around. Specs after the jump.


Intel Atom N270 ([email protected] FSB)512K Cache

Intel 945 chipset


Support DDR2 533/667


Support SATA

Support 3 USB 2.0 port

Support PCI and LPC

Support ACPI 2.0


Support Extensive Power Management

one So-DIMM DDR2 memory slot support up to 1GB

Integrated UniChrome Pro II 3D/2D Graphics & Video Processor

10.2′ LVDS LCD 1024*600 Pixels WXGA 16:9

Support SATA HDD (mass storage can be selectable, minimum 120G)


Easy upgradeable with 2.5′ 9.5mm HDD

HD Audio, Built-In stereo speaker and microphone

Full screen touch control with handwriting input and signature recognition function


[1] Six LED

1. Power LED (GREEN)

2. Charger and Battery Status (GREEN and Orange)

3. HD Or DVD ROM Activity(GREEN)

4. Wireless LAN Activity (GREEN)

5. Number Lock (GREEN)

6. Caps Lock (GREEN)

WLAN: wireless module support 802.11B/G

10/100 M Ethernet Controller

3 in1 MMC/SD/MS

One 15-pin VGA Port

2 Jacks, MIC in & Headphone out

VGA   Web cam built-in

One RJ45 Port

Three USB2.0 Ports

One DC-In Port


Driver list:

CPU/Chipset/USB2.0/CODEC/WLAN/Touchpad/LAN/Webcam Driver


Windows XP

3 cells Li-Polymer battery pack, 11.1V/30W (operation 2.5 hours)

AC 110~240V, DC 19V@ 40W AC Adapter

ACPI V2.0. S0,S3,S4,S5 support

253 x 188 x 26mm

About 1.25 Kg (including 3 cell Li-polymer battery pack)