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Hanvon Launches Its Tablet



We’ve been interested in seeing the Hanvon Tablet lineup for some time and it looks like we might be getting closer. Hanvon has just announced its multi-touch Tablet which promises both multi-touch and pen and ink. They are calling it the Touchpad.

The keyboardless Tablet has a 10.1 inch screen with a resolution of 1024×768 and is running Windows 7. The model talked about here is the BC10C, which is not the model that promises a better Inking experience. That’s the BA10E, which we’ll have to wait some more to hear about.

jkkmobile has been working with the BC10C for some time and has some interesting video on the device.

Below is the press release.

Hanvon Launches the First Multi-Touch Tablet PC – Touchpad

**The highly anticipated multi-function tablet PC that brings freedom to your fingertips**

HONG KONG, April 13 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — With rapid advancement in computer technology, the craze of tablet PCs has been running high. The leading manufacturer of consumer electronics in the country, Hanvon, has beaten the market in launching the first and latest Hanvon Touchpad tablet PC nationwide. This will be the second main product line for Hanvon after eBook. With the revolutionary technology in Multi-Touch’s highly sensitive screen, together with the handwriting recognition and handwritten input using the star technology of Hanvon, one can achieve the effect of “writing with my heart”. Touchpad is a portable entertainment partner as well as a handheld “electronic book” and digital photo frame. It also acts as an office secretary for office workers and the business elite. It can be connected to the Internet to transmit data, store information, process documents, etc. It also allows sports enthusiasts to receive and send information via the Internet anytime. As well as upload photos immediately for family and friends to share the joy of life.

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Moreover, Touchpad has been pre-installed with Microsoft Windows 7 as the operating system, which facilitates the processing of working documents by professionals and others. The latest Hanvon Touchpad is now making its debut at all major computer electronics stores in a big way.

Anchoring on Hanvon’s long-time position as the leading manufacturer in the domestic eBook market, together with over 20 years of experience in research and development in Chinese handwriting input technology as well as solid content resources, Hanvon has developed the tablet PC with robust and stable functions. Touchpad is pre-installed with the latest Windows 7 operating system to provide perfect support for Multi-Touch technology and to allow seamless Internet browsing with free-moving fingers. Even if one is not familiar with the keyboard input, it can still be operated through the human intelligence interface. The IntelCULV low-power processors and highly integrated motherboard chipset with large-capacity hard disk make it comparable with the mainstream computer and meet the needs of graphic processing capability, Internet browsing and movie and music entertainment. It has a maximum memory of up to 2GB with built-in Wi-Fi 802.11BG. It also supports Bluetooth and USB2.0. As for the MiniHDMI interface, it supports the connection from VGA to HDMI. Fitted with a 1.3-megapixel video camera, it supports face recognition and 1080P.

Touchpad does not come with a keyboard and has a thin bezel design. The furnace black casing is aluminum alloy and anti-scratch material gives it a perfect texture. The body is only 18mm thick and weighs approximately 960 grams, which is far lighter than the weight of the conventional notebook computer. It is portable, convenient to use and can be operated with one hand. It is an indispensable computer product for fashionable and business people today. The screen uses a 10.1″ LED backlight panel with resolution of up to 1024 x 600.

  Regarding Touchpad (Product Specification)

                         With the unique non-keyboard form and a narrow
                         border of fashionable design, exquisite and
                         detailed modeling, especially with super think,
                         wide viewing angle and backlit 10.1 inch LED,
                         Hanvon Touchpad supports 1080P high-definition
                         playback and HDMI output, in order to achieve
                         superior video and audio enjoyment. Together with a
                         range of touch Software, it fulfils the operations
                         of the office and entertainment environments. With
  Description            Windows 7 as the pre-installed operating system,
                         Touchpad supports full-touch mode of operation.
                         Computer operations have been subverted the
                         traditional way, so that the computer's operations
                         are controlled freely by fingers. Because of
                         Wireless communication devices such as Wi-Fi and
                         Bluetooth, online interactive activities come true
                         conveniently. A different body design (aluminum,
                         plastic) brings the perfect touch feeling. The
                         unique design solves problems of overheating,
                         knocking and other issues. With the weight between
                         960g-999g, body thickness of only 18mm, slim and
                         lightweight, Touchpad is easy to carry and fits
                         right in a pocket.

  Model                  BC10C

  Cover Material         Aluminum Alloy / Carbon Fiber

  CPU Platform           CULV

  CPU Type               743

  Memory                 2GB

  HDD                    2.5"/ 250GB/ 320GB

  Screen                 10.1" Super-thin Backlight LED

  Resolution             1024 x 600 dpi

  Wireless Communication
   Device                WIFI1802.11BG, Bluetooth

  Video Port             MiniHDMI > VGA MiniHDMI > HDMI

  Cardreader             Can read SD/MD/MSD Cards

  Screen Type            Capacitance

  USB                    USB2.0 (two)

  Audio Input/ output    Equipped with microphone/earphone &

  Adapter                Input: 100=240 50/60Hz output: 19V=3.42A DC head:

   capacity              Li-Polymer High-energy Battery 4800mAh

  Camera                 130 mega pixels



  1. ChrisRS

    04/13/2010 at 3:12 pm

    Possilbe Typo – Paragraph 2 calls out 1024×768; remainder of text specs 1024×600

  2. Raj

    04/13/2010 at 5:46 pm

    I’m also looking forward to this 130 Megapixel camera ;)

    This thing is also going to cost an arm and a leg. And as much people don’t want to admit it, the processor is going to be the bottleneck for this OS of choice. Performance matters.

  3. Chad Essley

    04/13/2010 at 8:24 pm

    Celery processor..! Wacom pen??

  4. Elmstrom

    04/13/2010 at 11:21 pm

    Dont get your hopes up about have both multi-touch and pen support on the same device. At CeBit they clearly state that it was either. Sadly though, would have been nice.

  5. Fred

    04/14/2010 at 12:11 am

    Good post Warner. The BA10E looks very promising and I am very exited about that one. Even more than with the iPad. I would still have an iPad for content but this one helps for what I do for living. I am curious though what type of touch system they are going to implement (like the Lenovo or something like the Dell XT2) but as long as it works I am happy. The other concern as you know is if its going to get at least 3 hours of wireless productivity time. 5 would be great but maybe too much to ask if its running a full OS and the tablet is slim and light.

  6. Plantje

    04/14/2010 at 1:12 am

    Still no word on availability :( It is getting closer, but it’s not 100% clear yet :(

    I really would like this instead of my Asus R2H. I also thought of an Asus T101MT, but this one seems more sleek.

    I think even my Asus R2H with a Intel Mobile 900 Mhz processor is running Windows 7 Ultimate reasonable. Anyone know how it will be when I compare the two?

    The mentioned typo is indeed a typo. It really has a 1024×600 screen.

  7. Plantje

    04/18/2010 at 6:56 am

    Some additional info:

    And on availability. In Germany…unfortunately looks like we’ll have to wait until August!

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